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Homework Statement
[tex]\int[/tex] 1/(1-xyz)dxdydz = [tex]\sum[/tex]1/n^{3} from n = 1 to infiniti
dx 0 to 1
dy 0 to 1
dz 0 to 1
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
Not sure how to relate the two of them
You're on the right track, but from that quote I get the idea that your conclusion isn't entirely right. Write down the series you are integrating, then take the sum symbol in front of the integral (which you may do when series converge uniformly). You will quickly notice where the 1/n^3 comes from.you would get 1*1*1 or 13 which could be expressed as n3