# Volume of a solid

3) Find the volume of the solid that lies below the surface z = f(x,y) and above region in xy plane: z = 3+cos(x) + cos(y); x = 0; x = PI; y = 0; y=PI.

V=double integral_R f(x,y)dA; f(x,y)= 3 + cos(x) + cos(y); 0<= x <= PI and 0 <= PI so V = integral PI ro 0 (integral PI to 0 (3 + cos(x) + cos(y))dy)dx = ?

I am using a example in my book but am stuck here or confused if I am going in the right direction. please help?
Thanks!
Dx