And your boundaries are defined as: 0 < x < y < 1(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

How do you know the relationship between x and beyond this?

That is, we know that y is between x and 1, but x is between 0 and y. We have a loop. In a specific example, I know the answer is, where f(x,y) = 8xy

∫∫8xy dx dy

With bounds 0 to y, for the inner integral, and 0 to 1 for the outer.

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# Boundaries for double integrals?

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