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My idea was that the limits are

and that the anti-derivative of dy was

xlog(1+y^2)

but that seems wrong...

maybe use these limits instead

and start with dx?

gives us

then we take dy

guess, i figured it out eventually with the help of wolfram with the last integration

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# Double integral problem

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