question #32

im not sure about the domain of r...

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- Oct 30th 2012, 09:45 PMlxw291convert the double integral to polar coordinates

question #32

im not sure about the domain of r...

Thank you for helping!!! - Oct 31st 2012, 07:10 PMchiroRe: convert the double integral to polar coordinates
Hey lxw291.

How do you express r in terms of your x's and y's?

You will have r as a function of (x,y) and theta as a function of (x,y): The integral substitution will involve a Jacobian term and your substitutions will just substitute these functions.

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Just like you do a substitution for a,b -> x(a), x(b), you do the same thing to take (x,y) to r(x,y) theta(x,y) even if your limits are variable ones and not constant.