I have a problem I hope you guys can help me with.
It's quite simple I think, but there is one thing that I can't figure out.
I have to use polar coordinates to evaluate this integral:
The Attempt at a Solution
I really don't have an attempt, because I can't remember, and it doesn't say so in my book, how I turn the dx limits into polar coordinates (theta).
The dy limits are:
x = r*cos(theta)
, where you just insert them at the x and y. But it's the dx limits that annoy me. Do I just leave them as they are (Which sound unlogical to me), or do I change them into angles ? If yes, how ?
Hope you can help.