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    Double integral converted into polar coordinates.

    i cant solve this problem please answer this very important of my lesson

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    Re: Double integral converted into polar coordinates.

    Quote Originally Posted by isolet View Post
    i cant solve this problem please answer this very important of my lesson

    "very important of my lesson" because it counts towards your grade?
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    Re: Double integral converted into polar coordinates.

    You haven't changed your bounds to polar coordinates yet.

    You've said \displaystyle \begin{align*} z = r\,e^{i\theta} \end{align*} and you are told the region you are integrating over is the region inside (but not including) the circle centred at the origin of radius 1.

    What are these bounds in polars?
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