By reversing the order of integration, express A as a single iterated integral. Would it be like this
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On the second integral, I think you need to take the negative square root. That is, I think you should have
Originally Posted by Ackbeet On the second integral, I think you need to take the negative square root. That is, I think you should have The answer is apparently I don't understand why.
If the book had said I would have believed it.
Last edited by Ackbeet; November 6th 2010 at 07:27 PM. Reason: Comma instead of period.
Originally Posted by Ackbeet If the book had said I would have believed it. Yeah Ackbeet, I managed to now get the same answer as you. Maybe the answer at the back of the book is wrong. Thanks anyways
I think the book is wrong. You're welcome!
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