Try converting your region back to Cartesians just so you can get a picture of what the region looks like...
hello,
I am having trouble deconstructing this problem given to me in class.
i have been asked to sketch the region and evaluate the double integral of
g(r,theta)=1, with the region bounded by r=1-cos(theta).
I dont even really know what the region looks like so i cant begin to set bounds for my double integral.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Funny, it's exactly the same thing I am trying to prove at this very moment http://www.mathhelpforum.com/math-he...on-177414.html
Don't know if it's enough of a clarification to you though