okay, i'm not as bad at this as all the questions make me out to be lol(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

here's the question i've got...

Find the volume bound by 2x+z=3 and y+3z=9 in the positive octant, i.e. x, y and z >=0

what i tried was finding the limits on y first. i got from 0 to 9-3z

for x : 0 to [itex]\frac{z-3}\2[/itex]

but then for z i can't find any.

saying that, i don't think the first two are right. I've always had trouble deciding the limits for a 3D object. Any help on the limits would be appreciated.

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# Homework Help: Mulitple Integration again

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