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Physics volume problem

  1. Jan 15, 2006 #1

    been solving another volume problem here and though it seemed very straightforward, I'm getting very ugly integrals so it rather seems that I haven't chosen appropriate approach. I scanned how I did it, first in cartesian coordinates:

    http://twoflower.matfyz.cz/inc/int.cartesian.jpg" [Broken]

    and then in spherical coordinates:

    http://twoflower.matfyz.cz/inc/int.polar.jpg" [Broken]

    Neither of them seems useful...or maybe I'm substituting it wrongly.

    A is the set the volume of which I'm trying to compute.

    Thank you for any advices.
    Last edited by a moderator: May 2, 2017
  2. jcsd
  3. Jan 15, 2006 #2
    I got it, I really didn't choose the best approach.
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