i was looking through a book and came across a double integral that was split into the product of two single integrals.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

it was int (x^n)(y^n ) dxdy split into (int x^n dx)(int y^n dy)

i just finished a course in multivariable calculus(it was by no means thorough), and i didn't know that you could do this.

is this a general rule? a typo? a special case?

thanks in advance.

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# Quick question about multiple integrals

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