find the double integral of the function e^(x^2) over the region where(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

y/2 <= x<= 1 and 0<=y <=2 USING GREEN's THEOREM.

I can't imagine how we'd use green's theorem here...if F=(P,Q) is the function, are we supposed to find P and Q using green's theorem and then parametrize the boundry of the region. I've tried it...but it's too hard and besides,doesn't seem to work.

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