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    [Sloved]Change of Variables

    Evaluate
    \iint_D {(x+2y)exp(y-x) dxdy}
    where D={y<x<2-2y, 0<y< 2/3}

    by letting
    u=x+2y
    v=y-x
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    Quote Originally Posted by chialin4 View Post
    Evaluate
    \iint_D {(x+2y)exp(y-x) dxdy}
    where D={y<x<2-2y, 0<y< 2/3}

    by letting
    u=x+2y
    v=y-x
    The new region of integration is a triangle bound by -u \le v \le 0, 0 \le u \le 2. The Jacobian of the transformation is

     <br />
\frac{\partial(u,v) }{\partial(x,y) } = <br />
\left|\begin{array}{cc}<br />
1 & 2\\<br />
-1 & 1\end{array}\right| = 3<br />
so the new integral is \int_0^2 \int_{-u}^0 u e^v \frac{1}{3} dvdu.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny View Post
    The new region of integration is a triangle bound by -u \le v \le 0, 0 \le u \le 2. The Jacobian of the transformation is

     <br />
\frac{\partial(u,v) }{\partial(x,y) } = <br />
\left|\begin{array}{cc}<br />
1 & 2\\<br />
-1 & 1\end{array}\right| = 3<br />
so the new integral is \int_0^2 \int_{-u}^0 u e^v \frac{1}{3} dvdu.
    thx for ur help!!
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