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Picture of the problem is listed above. I'm not sure how to switch the bounds of integration on it. Anyone here know how to go about this?

i tried doing it x^2 to 1 for y and then 0 to 1 for x but it didnt work out to be the write answer, the write answer after putting it in your calculator is about .40 ish

Normally when i do these kinds of problems i draw the bounds out, but I am not sure how these current bounds would even look.