If [tex]\int\int\int_{Q}dV = Volume_{Q}[/tex], and graphically, it represents the volume between all the boundaries of the respective variables in the iterated integral, what does [tex]\int\int\int_{Q}f(x,y,z)dV[/tex] represent? Does this integral represent the (volume?) "above" (in 4D sense) the solid represented by the boundaries and "under" w = f(x,y,z)? I'm using this type of integral for centers of mass and moments of inertia and having trouble visualizing it. Thanks.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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