45 posts and not a hint of your own work?!
Here's a piece. You explain it to me and provide the other piece and the total evaluation.
Let be the lamina in the plane enclosed by the curve and by the lines ; , i. e. ,
y ; ; ].
Given that the density p(x; y) of the lamina is given by , calculate the mass of the
the substitution u could be used or otherwise.
however I'm not sure how you came to this integral and chose those limits, and do I have to apply to the inside integral and then to the result of the inside?
I drew the lamina and I think the upper and lower limit you chose for the inside uses the space between the straight lines and then on the outside integral I do not know how you chose but I know that the line meet the curve at
how do I solve the integral and also do I have to change the limits,
I think I have to integrate the inside one first w.r.t du then the outer one w.r.t dv?
limits of the inside will change using and the outer one will use