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find the volume of the region inside the surface z = x^{2}+ y^{2}and between z = 0 and z = 10.

Ok i have already found the limits of integration but i am having a hard time calculating the integral.

The limits are [tex]-{\sqrt{10-x^2}[/tex] <= y <= [tex]{\sqrt{10-x^2}[/tex]

[tex]-{\sqrt{10}[/tex] <= x <= [tex]{\sqrt{10}[/tex]

I am integrating with respect to y first and then x.

The problem is after i integrate with respect to y i get a really hard integral which i tried soliving by trignometric substitution but i just made more complicated.

Can someone help me out please

thanks

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# Soliving a double integral, need help

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