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I have a function that only depends on z. It is homogeneous in both x and y direction. Then at a certain z-value I need the average value in a circle with radius r from this point. The circle is in the x-plane. How should my integral look like?

Thanks to anyone that can help me.

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# Volume under a surface which is cut by a circle

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