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    Changing Triple Integrals Limits (Cylindrical Coordinates)

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    I don't understand the limits we are using in the case of drdzd@ in this question , I don't how to interpret or find them with divided regions. Kindly help me with the drdzd@ integral. I shall be very thankful to you. Also tell how we get z =2 here as a limit.
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    Re: Changing Triple Integrals Limits (Cylindrical Coordinates)

    Quote Originally Posted by Tauqir6 View Post
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    Hi !
    I don't understand the limits we are using in the case of drdzd@ in this question , I don't how to interpret or find them with divided regions. Kindly help me with the drdzd@ integral. I shall be very thankful to you. Also tell how we get z =2 here as a limit.
    I assume you can do the bottom part which is just a cylinder. For $ \sqrt 3 \le z \le 2 $, $r$ goes from $0$ to the $r$ on the sphere, which is $\sqrt{4-z^2}$. Does that help?
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