I'm stuck in finding integration of a integral. I'm given a integral and asked to change the Cartesian
integral into an equivalent polar integral and then evaluate the resulting integral.
The integral is:
So i replaced with .
The book says:
But how do you find the upper and lower boundary of and in polar coordinate from Cartesian coordinate?
The book I'm following is vague about the procedure.
There must be a way to find it. But can't seem to figure it out.
Can anyone kindly explain the method?