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November 27th, 2013, 03:13 PM   #1
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Advanced Calculus: Shape of the figure

I am solving a problem in my advanced calculus and I'm trying to draw the figure to be able to compute what they are asking for.
I can't seem to understand how to draw it.

Could someone explain to me in detail how to approach the drawing of this?

Compute the integral bla bla bla over C where C is the curve formed by the intersection of the cube [0; 1] x [0; 1] x [0; 1] belonging to R^3
with the plane x + z = 1, oriented so that its projection into the (x; y)-plane has counterclockwise orientation.

Any help is appreciated.

Thank you
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