1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Find the volume of the given solid. Bounded by the planes z = x, y = x, x + y = 5 and z = 0 2. Relevant equations V = [PLAIN]http://www.webassign.net/wastatic/wacache6cdd60ea0045eb7a6ec44c54d29ed402/watex/img/integral.gif[PLAIN]http://www.webassign.net/wastatic/wacache6cdd60ea0045eb7a6ec44c54d29ed402/watex/img/integral.giff(x,y) [Broken] dA For a type I integral: dA=dy*dx and the domain is: a<x<b, g1(x)<y<g2(x) For a type II integral: dA=dx*dy and the domain is: c<y<d, h1(y)<x<h2(y) 3. The attempt at a solution I chose to evaluate this integral by making region D as a type I integral, therefore my domain is as follows: 0<x<5/2 & x<y<5-x My f(x,y)=x dA=dy*dx Is it possible to do this as a type II integral? That way my limits would look a lot nicer, but I don't know what my h1(y) and h2(y) functions would be.