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Find the region to the intersecting cyclinders x^2+y^2<=a^2 and x^2+z^2<=a^2

What I have trouble finding is the domain of integration

Currently I have

a to -a for dx

-srt(a^2-x^2) to srt(a^2-x^2) for dy

-srt(x^2+y^2) to srt(x^2+y^2) for dz

But this integration turned out to be too complicated to evaluate hence probably wrong.

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# Homework Help: Triple integral?

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