I need help with determining the limits using cylindrical coordinates the volume is contained between the surface of a paraboloid z=4-x^2-y^2 and the plane z=0 can anyone help me please??
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do i use the limits for theta 0 and 2pi for r 2 and 0 and for z 4 - r^2
Originally Posted by calculusgeek do i use the limits for theta 0 and 2pi for r 2 and 0 and for z 4 - r^2 Yup. Thus, your integral would be --Chris
thanks very much i was wonder if you would know how to help me with changing to polar co ordinates in the double integral arctan (y/x) dxdy with the limit (x-1)^2+y^2<1
Originally Posted by calculusgeek thanks very much i was wonder if you would know how to help me with changing to polar co ordinates in the double integral arctan (y/x) dxdy with the limit (x-1)^2+y^2<1 In converting from rectangular to polar, and Thus, the double integral in polar coordinates will be , since --Chris p.s. From now on, ask new questions in a new thread
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