Hey drokkin.
Can you fix up your tex code? I can't really make out what the equations are.
Hi there,
I'm having great difficulty with the following problem:
Below is what I believe I have established so far...This question concerns the integral . Sketch or describe in words the domain of integration. Rewrite the integral in both cylindrical and spherical coordinates. Which is easier to evaluate?
The projection of this integral's domain onto the -plane is the portion of the circle on .
The bounds on correspond to
These bounds intersect at(cone) and (sphere).
Below (where the bounds on intersect), I believe that the cone and cylinder, , are completely inside the sphere..
Would it hence be correct to say that the region of integration is the solid lying between the cone and the cylinder, on , and ? I'm struggling to visualize this problem.
When I attempt to move on, and evaluate the integral in cylindrical/spherical coordinates, my solutions differ by a factor of 2.
That is, I evaluated this integral as,
And,
Can you please help me to identify where I am going wrong?
Thank you very much.