Having trouble with an integral

$\displaystyle \int\int \frac{x}{y}e^y dA$

where 0<=x<=1 and x^2<=y<=x. I've tried to integrate in a few different ways. But then I'm just guessing.

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- Apr 22nd 2013, 11:20 AMfkfDouble integral
Having trouble with an integral

$\displaystyle \int\int \frac{x}{y}e^y dA$

where 0<=x<=1 and x^2<=y<=x. I've tried to integrate in a few different ways. But then I'm just guessing. - Apr 22nd 2013, 06:59 PMchiroRe: Double integral
Hey fkf.

First you have to tell us what order you are integrating (x then y or y then x). Based on the integral, what do you think will be easier to integrate?

From this answer, you then need to get the limits for that order of integration and integrate each variable one at a time.