Look at the first 2 steps of integration. How come the upper limit in the second step is instead of ?
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Hello chengbin Originally Posted by chengbin Look at the first 2 steps of integration. How come the upper limit in the second step is instead of ? Because the variable has been changed from to (note, we're now integrating with respect to ). And the limits are to . Grandad
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