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Double Integral
Hi!!
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

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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; 05052012 at 07:15 PM.
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