Double Integral problem (E^x^3)

1. Dec 22, 2012

Lucas Mayr

Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution
i've tried changing the integration values from dxdy to dydx, but without success.
i can't seem to get the same result after i change the ranges
tried to change to 0<x<1 , x^2 < y <1
some light would be appreciated

2. Dec 22, 2012

Dick

Did you draw a sketch of the region? I think 0 < y < x^2.

3. Dec 22, 2012

Lucas Mayr

i just did a re-sketch of the region and i was looking at it the wrong way, the range is 0<y<x^2 like you said.
such a silly mistake >.<
thanks for the help