I have to calculate the double integral given below.
∬D√(x2 +y2) dxdy, D=x2+y2≤2x
I wonder how can i calculate the limits from the give inequality D=x2+y2≤2x to calculate the value of the given double integral?
Waiting for a kind response.
Thanks in advance
1) Switching to Polar Coordinates comes to mind.
2) You should be able to manipulate the quadratic constraint, but I'd think about the Polar Coordinates first.
Last edited by tkhunny; 05-05-2012 at 07:15 PM.