Find the iterated integral

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Homework Statement



Find the iterated integral:

[tex]\int\int(2x+y)^{-2}[/tex]dydx

The first integral is from 3 to 4 and the second is from 2 to 3.

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The Attempt at a Solution



My first thought would be to do u-substitution, but wouldn't that cause problems when trying to differentiate (2x+y) with respect to y?
 

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Dick
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Yes, u substitution is the way to do it. And, no, that doesn't cause any problems.
 

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