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I'm working on area and volume integrals. I was wondering, when you convert to do the integral in polar, cylindrical or spherical co-ordinates, is there a standard set of limits for the theta variable in each case?

for example from 0 -pi for polar, 0-2pi for cylindrical?

If not how do you set the limits?

Thankyou

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# Area and Volume integral using polar coordinates

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