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The flow lines (or streamlines) of a vector field are the paths followed by a particle whose velocity field is the given vector field. Thus the vectors in a vector field are tangent to the flow lines. Use a sketch of the vector field $\text{F}(x, y) = x\text{i} - y\text{j}$ to draw some flow lines. From your sketches, can you guess the equations of the flow lines?

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