^ that above post was for jeffreydk, and for jostpuur, yes I tried both methods, neither worked out. The original problem wanted the volume under f(x,y)=xe^(xy), over region bounded by x=0, y=1, x^2-y=0...so Idk what is wrong.
Well, I did the dy dx order that you mentioned, and the answer came out to be e-1-int (e^(x^3)) (sorry dont know latex). So, I do not know how to solve the integral, from 0 to 1..thanks
How do you solve the double integral of xe^(xy)? bounded by x=0, y=1, x^2-y=0. I used both x-simple and y-simple methods but neither worked..I don't know what the limits are...thanks!