On my post titled double integrals you explained why limits go from x^2 to x when integrating wrt y (i.e. the "bottom" graph is the bottom limit) however i seem to have found a webpage that disagrees with you http://www.libraryofmath.com/double-integral-over-a-more-general-region.html example (d) has limits in opposite direction you stated.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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