Cylindrical Coordinates Triple Integral -- stuck in one place

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Use cylindrical coordinates to evaluate triple integral E (sqrt(x^2+y^2)dv where E is the solid that lies within the cylinder x^2+y^2 = 9, above the plane z=0, and below the plane z=5-y

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So i just need to know how to get the bounds for the dz and i have everything else.

triple integral dtheta bound: 0 to 2pi, dr bound 0 to 3, and not sure if the dz bound is 5-rsintheta?
 

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and not sure if the dz bound is 5-rsintheta?
What is your argument for this and what makes you uncertain of your argument?

Also, for clarity, the bounds are on the coordinates themselves, not on the coordinate differentials.
 

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