Hello, hasanbalkan!
I would solve for like this . . .Show that the area bounded by the ellipse:
. . is given by: .
Multiply by
. .
Then: .
Let:
Substitute: .
. .
Back-substitute:. .
Evaluate: .
Show that the area bounded by the ellipse
is given by
So I take the area in the first quadrant (with boundaries from 0 to a) and multiply it by 4
from 0 to a
However, as the final result I get and I am missing that "a".
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated!