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I've the equation x+y=6 (it's a surface equation which I'll integrate over) and the following integral limits is what I suppose to get it from the equation: [itex]\int\limits_0^6 \int\limits_0^{6-x}[/itex]

What's the trick here?

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# Double integral limits from an equation?

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