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    Consider the integral \displaystyle \int_0^5 \int_0^{\sqrt{25-y}} f(x,y) dx dy.

    Consider the integral . If we change the order of integration we obtain the sum of two integrals:



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    Quote Originally Posted by ewkimchi View Post
    Consider the integral . If we change the order of integration we obtain the sum of two integrals:



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