I'm not sure if I'm doing this conversion correctly. I have to convert the following double integral into polar. The integration part I can do, I just want to make sure I converted correctly. And sorry about the formatting bc I don't kno how to do the math formatting.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Int(Int((x^2+y^2))dy)dx

the bounds on the outer integral are -1 to 1

the bounds on the inner integral are -sqrt(1-y^2) to sqrt (1-y^2)

now here is what I got converting it to polar

Int(Int(r^3)dr)dtheta

outer bounds = 0 to 2pi

inner bounds = 0 to 1

Did I do the conversion correctly?

Thanks for the help

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# Homework Help: Polar Integral Question

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