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BustedBreaks

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My book describes how the general heat equation is derived, but I'm having trouble incorporating the equation for r and in general understanding these concepts.

The book starts out with:

[tex]H(t)=\int\int\int c\rho u dxdydz[/tex] which I'm somewhat confident I can change to

[tex]H(t)=\int\int\int c\rho u dxdydr[/tex] because of the equation with r

Then the book has

[tex]\frac{dH}{dt}=\int\int\int c\rho u_{t} dxdydr[/tex] which makes sense to me

then after this I am a bit confused. I don't really know what to do next in terms of answering the question.