Let R be bounded by y=0, x=2 and y=x^2.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Then ∫∫6xydA= ? (Note the integral is to be evaluated over R)

Now what will be the lower limit of x. I took it to be 0 and the answer was 32. which turned out to be correct.

Is their any way in such questions by which we can determine the lower limit of x or do we just take it to be 0?

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# Limits in an area integral

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