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My textbook does a horrible job at explaining the differences between Type I and Type II regions for z =ƒ(x,y) functions, and Type 1, Type 2, and Type 3 for B=ƒ(x,y, z). And when integrating over these "D" regions, the method of integration doesn't really seem to be really different at all from normal ∫∫ and ∫∫∫ integrations. The only difference I see is that we're integrating with respect to functions g(x) and h(x) instead of variables. I just need someone to clarify wth my book is trying to show me.

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# I What are Type Regions

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