The volume of solid limited by: , , and Answer:
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Originally Posted by Apprentice123 The volume of solid limited by: , , and Answer: Maybe I am making a computational error but I keep getting .
Now, try doing it by switching the limits of integration.
Originally Posted by galactus Now, try doing it by switching the limits of integration. Ahh thank you very much Galctus! I had for some reason haha EDIT: I see what I did, I solved the inequality wrong by mistake. It's good now.
Last edited by Mathstud28; November 8th 2008 at 10:29 AM.
thank you very much
There is a "tutorial" to build the graphic.
Originally Posted by Mathstud28 Ahh thank you very much Galctus! I had for some reason haha EDIT: I see what I did, I solved the inequality wrong by mistake. It's good now. A parable What is this graphic?
Originally Posted by Apprentice123 A parable What is this graphic? If I am understanding you correctly, a plane.
Originally Posted by Mathstud28 If I am understanding you correctly, a plane. Thank you. Why the integral range from 0 to 1?
Why not?
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