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    Triple Integral

    Evaluate the trip integral (x^2 + y^2) dA where it is inside the region
    x^2 + y^2 = 9 bounded above the paraboloid z= 10-x^2 - y^2 and below by the xy plane.. am i setup right?
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    You may have the dr and dz switched.
    The bounds from 0 to 10 - r^2 should be integrated wrt to dz correct?

    Also, why are the bounds from 0 to theta/4?
    Only integrating 1/8 of a complete revolution?
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    so 0-2pie,0-3,0-10-r^2 and thats the limits? thanks
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    Yup, you should be on the right track
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