How do I get the bounds for a function w/out drawing a graph??(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Like, Volume of the solid bounded above by the sphere r^2+z^2=5 and below by the paraboloid r^2=4z. How would I get the bounds for these in cylindrical coordinate (r dz dr dtheta)?

***Mass of the solid inside the sphere p=b and outside the sphere p =a (a<b) if the density is proportional to the distance from the origin. How do I get the bounds for this problem in spherical coordinates (p^2 sin(phi) dp dphi dtheta)??

Pls show me how to get the bounds step by step...i really want to learn how to do this. Tahnks so much

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# Cylindrical and spherical coordinates

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