Triple Integral w/ Respect to x & y Help

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In summary, there is an expression given as an integral that involves the variable "y" and the integration variable "x". However, without more context or a complete problem statement, it is difficult to determine the exact meaning or purpose of this expression.
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Hi, just wondering does this mean the triple integral of "y" with respect to "x"?
$$
\int \frac{d^{3} x}{y^{3}} .
$$
 
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Without the benefit of the context, I would say a cautious "yes". Cautious because ##d^3x## is shorthand for ##dx_1~dx_2~dx_3## so there is no single variable of integration "x".
 
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NODARman said:
Homework Statement:: .
Relevant Equations:: .

Hi, just wondering does this mean the triple integral of "y" with respect to "x"?
$$
\int \frac{d^{3} x}{y^{3}} .
$$
any context? bounds ? Complete problem statement ?
 
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Is y a function of position in three dimensions?
 
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BvU said:
any context? bounds ? Complete problem statement ?
haruspex said:
Is y a function of position in three dimensions?
I found it in a textbook, it's very general "equation".
 
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NODARman said:
I found it in a textbook, it's very general "equation".
What you posted is an expression, not an equation. What is the rest of it?
There must be some context or it would be meaningless.
 

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