I'm having trouble trying to setup this double integral. The question asks to find the volume of a solid enclosed by the parabolic cylinder [tex]y = x^{2}[/tex] and the planes [tex]z = 3y[/tex], [tex]z = 2+y[/tex](adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I'm not even sure where to start. I have drawn the figure and understand that you have to integrate the two functions [tex]z = 3y[/tex] and [tex]z = 2+y[/tex] and subtract the volumes. However I'm stuck trying to setup the boundaries. Thanks.

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# Find the Volume (Double Integral)

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