Hey. I'm kinda stuck on this one, any idea?
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Originally Posted by asi123 Hey. I'm kinda stuck on this one, any idea? Just integrate it Let I noticed that it is dy dx, no matter switch the integration order, or just change the above accordingly.
Originally Posted by Mathstud28 Just integrate it Let I noticed that it is dy dx, no matter switch the integration order, or just change the above accordingly. Or you could convert to polar. Its a bit easier: --Chris
Originally Posted by Chris L T521 Or you could convert to polar. Its a bit easier: --Chris Now why would one want to do it the easy way?
Originally Posted by Mathstud28 Now why would one want to do it the easy way? Hahaha. Don't worry. I usually do things the long and hard way, but when I'm in a hurry, I do it the quickest way possible... --Chris
Originally Posted by Chris L T521 Or you could convert to polar. Its a bit easier: --Chris 10x. I should also add the Jacobian, right?
Originally Posted by asi123 10x. I should also add the Jacobian, right? He did, that is what the r in the numerator is
Originally Posted by Mathstud28 He did, that is what the r in the numerator is Sorry, didnt see that.
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