Theorem to computer the integral, Mathematics

Use green's theorem to computer the integral F . dr where F = ( y^2 + x, y^2 + y) and c is bounded below the curve y= - cos(x),, above by y = sin(x) to the left by x=0 and to the right by x = pi/2

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