How do you integrate f(x,y over the region ?
Last edited by mr fantastic; April 5th 2009 at 05:49 PM. Reason: Fixed the y^2
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Originally Posted by antman How do you integrate f(x,y over the region ? . Hence
Originally Posted by antman How do you integrate f(x,y over the region ? Switch to polar coordinates.
Originally Posted by antman How do you integrate f(x,y over the region ? following your lead, and with the aid of Mush's post we convert to polar coordinates. we obtain the integral you should be able to handle that
Originally Posted by Jhevon following your lead, and with the aid of Mush's post we convert to polar coordinates. we obtain the integral you should be able to handle that Should still be on the bottom?
Originally Posted by Mush Should still be on the bottom? no, i don't think so. the from the cancels one of the 's at the bottom
Originally Posted by Jhevon no, i don't think so. the from the cancels one of the 's at the bottom Oh, indeed.
Would is be ?
Originally Posted by antman Would is be ? i suppose you mean . then yes. but you left the answer in a "clumsy" form. of course, ...
You're right. So then it would simply be .. correct?
Originally Posted by antman You're right. So then it would simply be .. correct? yes
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