evaluate double integral...
integral from 0 to 1 integral from 2x to 2 of e^y^2 dy dx.
i don't know how to show that other than words...
the part that is messing me up is evaluating the e^y^2. i think you have to maybe change the bounds and change it to dx dy but i have no idea...can any one help me reset up the integral????
so the new integral is what??? it says syntax error
Read again Isomorphism's post, he just played with inequalities.
First two determine the region where the double integral is taken, then after some algebraic manipulations he got the new region where the double integral is taken in reverse order.
You should draw a sketch graph that shows the region of integration.
Originally Posted by chris25
Getting the new integral limits for reversing the order of integration is then much easier to see and it will then be very clear to you where Isomorphism's integral limits have come from.
double integral answer?
Is the answer for the integral 2e^4 or did I do something wrong?
Well I get
Originally Posted by jme44