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∫∫∫6xy dxdydz

where R lies under the planez=x+y+1 and above the region in the xy-plane bounded by y=0,y=√x and x=1.

Now the limits would be:

√x→y→0 ; x+(√x)+1→z→2 and ?→x→1

Now I can't get the upper limit of x as a number (I've set up the x-integral as the outermost integral in my triple integratrion so it has to have numeric values for upper and lower limits).

Could someone tell me HOW to find the limit and NOT WHAT IT IS.

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# Difficulty in finding upper limit of x

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