..Dear all some naive question.
If I have a double integral over a x,y area.
Usually this process is like this
I calculate the integral for x and plugging in the two limits of x and then I feed this result
and I calculate the integral for y and I plug in the two limits of y.
This is the process explained here:
YouTube - Calculating a Double Integral (5th minute).
IS it possible to calculate the integral of x.. the integral of y and then plug in together the x and y limits to find the number I am looking for? Mr F says: No.
IF this is not can you show me a simple example that depicts why this is not possible? Mr F says: Pick a question form your textbook and try doing it your way. Post your working here for review.
I would like to thank u in advance for your help