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## Homework Statement

Calculate the integral:

[itex] ∫ ∫_R (x+2y)^{-(1/2)} dxdy [/itex]

Where R is defined as points (x,y) which satisfy:

x-2y ≤ 1 and x ≥ y

^{2}+ 1

## Homework Equations

So basically I'm completely stuck on this exerzice. As far as I can see, you could make the x limit go from y

^{2}+1 to infinity. However, looking at what I have to integrate, and the possible solutions, it doesn't seem to be a possible answer.

Also the y limits seems quite unclear how to determine.

I hope that some of you out there could give me a little push, to get in the right direction with this assigment :)