we all know that triple integral can be solved by either cartesian coordinates , spherical ,or cylindrical coordinates(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

i just need like some advice in knowing when the variable used is constant and when it is not

for example : r in cylindrical coordinates can it be constant or not?? because i always see it in terms of y and z like that

and any advice would be very helpful and thank you

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# Triple integral and cartesian coordinates

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