Double Polar integral

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Homework Statement



Convert to polar integral and integrate.

[tex]\int_{D}\int xy dA[/tex]

where D is the disk with the center origin and radius 3.

I am not sure about the limits. I know that x = rcos([tex]\theta[/tex]), y = rsin([tex]\theta[/tex]), dA = rdr*d[tex]\theta[/tex]

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Solved, thanks
 
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lanedance
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no worries
 

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