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Evaluate the integral 4cos(x^2)/ (2((z)^(1/2))) dxdydz, limits for x 2y to 2, for y, 0 to 1 and for z 01, by changing the order of integration.

2. Relevant equations

Would I need to change the limits in order to accurately change the order of the integration? Im thinking not, I could just switch the dx and dy and Integrate. I guess thats what she is asking.

3. The attempt at a solution

My problem? I am having a heck of a time integrating this function. Please help me with getting started on integrating it.

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# Homework Help: Help with integration

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