# Double integral coordinate transform

1. Sep 28, 2016

### nysnacc

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

2. Relevant equations
transformation

3. The attempt at a solution
u = x-y
v = x+y

I convert each side in terms of u, v, get:
u = 0, u = -2
v = 2, v = 4

Correct?

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2. Sep 28, 2016

### Ssnow

Hi, yes I think will be simple... $u$ goes from $-2$ to $0$ ...

3. Sep 28, 2016

### nysnacc

Okay great, my limits are correct :)

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