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#1 2005-12-03 08:18:49

Flowers4Carlos
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double integral in polar coordinates

this should be pretty ez but my dummy head can't figure it out... something must be loose up there.

i need someone to set up the double integral in polar coordinates and explain how they got it.  no need to evaluate it.

find volume of the given solid:

above cone z = (x + y)^(1/2)
below sphere x + y + z = 1

Last edited by Flowers4Carlos (2005-12-03 08:20:27)

#2 2005-12-04 08:09:42

Flowers4Carloz
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Re: double integral in polar coordinates

oops... forgot my password tongue

n e way... i figured it out.  it was one looooong headache but i got it.

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