Hi, could someone please explain how I integrate this? where g is a positive constant I have a Jacobian of -3, from x = 2u + v; y =u - v and the region is described by x is less than or equal to 0 and y is greater than or equal to 0
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Originally Posted by Penguin91 Hi, could someone please explain how I integrate this? where g is a positive constant I have a Jacobian of -3, from x = 2u + v; y =u - v and the region is described by x is less than or equal to 0 and y is greater than or equal to 0 If and Then . So the change of variable is . So . Now just change your boundaries and you will be ready to go.
Thanks for your reply, I'm a bit new to this topic so I'm still slightly confused, when I try to change the limits, I get -v/2 <= u <= -v/2 for x and for y u <= v <= u, how does this work? :S
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