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    volume, triple integral

    Graph the first octant portion of the surface

    z=9-x^2,2 \leq y \leq 5;

    Find the volume of the solid over the xy-plane and under the surface.


    Is this the correct answer?

     \int_0^3 \int_2^5 \int_0^{9-x^2} 1 \, dz \, \, dy \, dx
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmedsy View Post
    Graph the first octant portion of the surface

    z=9-x^2,2 \leq y \leq 5;

    Find the volume of the solid over the xy-plane and under the surface.


    Is this the correct answer?

     \int_0^3 \int_2^5 \int_0^{9-x^2} 1 \, dz \, \, dy \, dx
    Looks ok to me.
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