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    solve this problem

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    can some one solve it for me?
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    Re: solve this problem

    Nstockholm... see the x and y variables : x varies from -1 to 2 and y from 0 to 2...... the rest is easy. Use Fubini's Theorem.
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    Re: solve this problem

    MINOANMAN , if you can why don't solve it.

    I have problem with interval at y-asix
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    Re: solve this problem

    Quote Originally Posted by nstockholm View Post
    MINOANMAN , if you can why don't solve it.
    Because this is a Help forum. We are not here to do your problems for you, just to help you learn how to do it yourself.

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    Re: solve this problem

    You can see that the interval would be easiest to integrate over if you use horizontal strips, as the functions for the ends do not change. So what functions are you bounded on the left and on the right by?
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