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So converting to polars by x = r cos θ, y = r sin θ gives me r^5 in the inner integral

but how do you convert the ranges?

y goes from 0 to sqrt 1 - x^2, so that is just r, I could tell just by looking at it, but in a harder question how do you derive the range in terms of r? x goes from 0 to 1, but how do you convert that in terms of θ (an angle)?

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# Homework Help: Change to polars double integral

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