Negative volume ?

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negative volume ???

attached herewith pdf file with the problem and my solution .
 

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Look at the bounds for your z term. If x and y are zero you're integrating from 4 to 3

Also, you can't just pull out the integral over z from the integrals over x and y when your integral over z depends on x and y
 

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