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Please help to see whether it's correct to do in this way
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Ya, I changed the inner integral and tried to evaluate, seems hard to get a finite answerYes that looks correct to me. I would put the limits of the inner integral the other way around - highest on the top - because the integral you gave will give you a negative number. But the size will be correct, and that's what really matters.
People are answering to you even when you have not posted in latex (that’s the spirit of PhysicsForums’ users) but as a friend believe me learning latex will help you in learning more and more from this forum. People will be able to answer you more instantly and willingly.Ya, I changed the inner integral and tried to evaluate, seems hard to get a finite answer
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