Hi, does anyone know how to find the integral that needs to be evaluated here? I can't understand how to find it from the region thanks in advance! from here, not take home test, sheet 3 http://www.maths.ox.ac.uk/courses/course/12489/material
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Originally Posted by LHS Hi, does anyone know how to find the integral that needs to be evaluated here? I can't understand how to find it from the region thanks in advance! from here, not take home test, sheet 3 Course Material for Calculus in Three Dimensions and Applications | Mathematical Institute - University of Oxford Use the change of coordinates Solving for x, y and z gives This has Jacobian So this gives that Now you have the integral
Awesome! But I am confused how you obtained that jacobian, dx/du isn't equal to zero Edit: Ah.. I see what you're doing, thanks, that's all sorted now
Last edited by LHS; May 18th 2011 at 03:22 AM.
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