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Suppose f : ℝ→ℝ and g : ℝ →ℝ are continuous. Suppose that f is odd and g is even. Define h(x,y) : f(x)*g(y).

Let D be a disk centered at the origin in the plane. What is

∫∫h(x,y)dA?

D

3. The attempt at a solution

I know there's probably a trick to it. Is it 0 because h becomes odd over a disk that is symmetrical to the origin?

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# Homework Help: Area of a Disk

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