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Bob S
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Jan22-10, 01:32 PM
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Quote Quote by benhou View Post
Oh, ya. It's just the idea that we have to use both dx and dy, and integrate them one after the other, also that even though x and y are in different intervals we only let the intervals on the intergral sign worry about it. I just can't grasp it.
Do the integral for a solid disk of diameter d.
Bob S