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Originally Posted by asdf122345 Need help with this. lets convert the boundaries r changes from 0 to and theta from 0 to pi/2 the first quarter so becomes
Is it possible to integrate where you left off? I can't figure out how to integrate that. Or does it get messy from integrating from that.
first integral convert second one sub can you continue ?
Yea I got it from here. Thanks
I got 4 pi as the answer. Is that correct? Something seems wrong.
The answer is So you may have just made a small error by a factor of 2.
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