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PedroB

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## Homework Statement

What would be the limits for each of the integrals (one with respect to x, one with respect to y) of an area bounded by y=0, y=x and x^2+y^2=1?

## Homework Equations

None that I can fathom

## The Attempt at a Solution

I've rearranged the latter most equation to get x=√(1-y^2) and tried subbing in values for y=0 and y=x but that does not seem to work correctly.

If it helps this is part of a problem that involves evaluating an integral by first changing the variables from x and y to u and v; while I am given what the new limits are in terms of u and v I cannot seem to be able to work backwards to obtain them in terms of x and y.