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Triple integral

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Regarding (b): What happens when you split the integral into the part where x>0 and the part where x<0, how are they related?
 

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(a) is pretty simple isn't it? [itex]z\le 1[/itex] so [itex]z^2- z[/itex]is what?

For (b) use "symmetry" as yyat suggests.
 
so a is negative and b is 0?
 
thanks
 

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