1. The problem statement Fill in the blanks ∫ [0,1] ∫ [2x^2,x+1] f(y) dy dx = ∫ [0,1] ( ) dy + ∫ [1,2] ( ) dy The expressions you obtain for the ( ) should not contain integral signs. The brackets are the bounds of integration, and the open parenthesis are the blanks. 3. The attempt at a solution I graphed the region and figured that the oder of integration has to be changed. I see that 2x^2 runs from (0,0) to (1,2) and that x+1 runs from (0,1) to (1,2) with these two creating the section we are integrating. It's unclear to me which how the integration goes from in terms of dy and dx to just being an integration in terms of dy.