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suppose we have a triple integral of dzdydx for [0<x<1 , sqt(x)<y<1 , 0<z<1-y] and from the sketch we can see that 0<y<1 and 0<z<1...

my question is this, if we change the integration to dzdxdy we get [0<x<y^2 , 0<y<1 , 0<z<1-y], is that the only way? or can we make the x like 0<x<1 or y^2<x<1 and still get the same answer?

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# Does triple integrals have to have a specific interval?

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