D is the positive quadrant. Switching to polar coordinates doesn't help much.
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Hello, Originally Posted by Spec D is the positive quadrant. Switching to polar coordinates doesn't help much. Using polar coordinates: To compute you can try integration by parts (let and ).
Originally Posted by flyingsquirrel To compute you can try integration by parts (let and ). Just let no need to apply partial integration.
It was easy when you integrated in polar coordinates using I was just put off by the looks of that integral, so I didn't really attempt to solve it initially.
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