Please help me a problem in double integrals

By using the transformation x+y=u. y=uv show that the integral e^y/(x+y) dydx = (e-1)/2 with x goes from 0 to 1, and y goes from 0 to 1-x.

I have a problem when transfering form x,y to u,v. Please help me.

p/s: I am sorry. I am so bad in computer. I can not post the image of integral in this post.

Re: Please help me a problem in double integrals

Is your integral ? Have you started by evaluating the Jacobian?

Re: Please help me a problem in double integrals

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**Prove It** Is your integral

? Have you started by evaluating the Jacobian?

yes, this is my integral. I have already calculated the determinant. However, I had to stop my work because I have a problem when I changed (x,y) to (u,v). Please help me. :)

Re: Please help me a problem in double integrals

Show me what problem you had...

Re: Please help me a problem in double integrals

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**Prove It** Show me what problem you had...

x goes from 0 to 1, y goes from 0 to 1-x. Now, I want to know the range of u,v.