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Let D be the region bounded by the y axis and the parabola x = -4y^2 + 3. Compute 'double integral: (x^3)y dxdy'

I'm having a hard time setting limits to the double integral. I got y = [-sqrt(3/4), +sqrt(3/4)] for one of the limits, but I don't know how to set the x limits for integration. Also, can someone show me an easy way to quickly find the limits of integration. Thanks.

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# Homework Help: Calc. Double Integrals: Setting Limits

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