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## Homework Statement

Find volume bounded by: [itex] x - z = 0; x + z = 3; y + z = 1; z = y + 1; z = 0[/itex]

## Homework Equations

Vol = [itex]\int\int\int_{V}dV[/itex]

## The Attempt at a Solution

I really don't know how to begin this problem because I have trouble visualizing what all those intersection of planes will look like. Usually if it's 2 surfaces, I can see it no problem.

Do you guys have some systematic way to find the limits for volumes using triple integrals? My prof isn't the best since we didn't even get to line integrals and etc for our Multivariable Calc class...