Triple integral in cylindrical coordinates

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I am trying to solve a triple integral using cylindrical coordinates. This is what I have to far . But I think I have choosen the limits wrong.

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1. Homework Statement
I am trying to solve a triple integral using cylindrical coordinates. This is what I have to far . But I think I have choosen the limits wrong.

Homework Equations




The Attempt at a Solution


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Assuming your first line is correct, your change to cylindrical coordinates is almost correct. The only change I see you need is to remember that the element of volume in cylindrical coordinates is ##r~dz~ dr~ d\theta##. You forgot the ##r##.
 
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Assuming your first line is correct, your change to cylindrical coordinates is almost correct. The only change I see you need is to remember that the element of volume in cylindrical coordinates is ##r~dz~ dr~ d\theta##. You forgot the ##r##.
yes that was what I was missing !
 

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