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Change the Cartesian integral into an equivalent polar integral, then evaluate the integral.

I have no problems at all converting the actual function I am integrating or the integration itself, it is just the limits I cannot do.

I've posted two examples in my attachment. The first one I have the answer for and I can get three of them but the 6csc theta I cannot figure how to get that. The other I've posted the three I can do (but don't know if it is right because I have no answer for this one) but still that fourth one I can't get get.

I think the problem is our teacher gave us an assignment to convert Cartesian to cylindrical to spherical but didn't explain how to do it or give us any answers. You can imagine that was a total waste of time - "here do this assignment but I am not going to tell you how or give you the answers."

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# Homework Help: Double Integral - Going from Cartesian to Polar

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