yes but don't forget the Jacobian.
you also have
above the x-axis means
Use polar coordinates to calculate where R is the region inside thecardioid r = 1 + sinq and above the x-axis.
In polar form, the equation is just 1/r, right?
I'm having a problem working out the limits here. For the inner integral are the limits .
What are the limits for the outer integral? Am i right in thinking the lower limit is also 0 as it's above the x-axis? What about the upper limit? Because it's a cardioid is it ?