I need to find the limits of the integral, I solved it with polar coordinate (I think it's called like that...) but I'm not sure it's correct. Do I need to go back to x and y in the solution? 10x.
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Is this $\displaystyle \iint_{R}f(x,y)~dx~dy$ Where $\displaystyle R=\left\{(x,y):x^2-2x+y^2-6y+9\leq{0}\right\}$?
Yes it is. Can u see the pic ok, Mathstud28? Last time u had a problem seeing stuff I scanned. Next time I'll shrink it a bit.
Can anyone tell me if this correct? I put a better pic. 10x.
Originally Posted by asi123 Can anyone tell me if this correct? I put a better pic. 10x. Looks fine except for one small thing - your final answer is missing the r in the integrand from the Jacobian.
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