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#1 2012-03-09 08:34:25

ozgrgun
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Registered: 2012-03-09
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boundaries of an integration

Hello. I dont understand the below integration. If you help me, I will be very glad. Let;


then
.
I cant understand why the integral boundaries are like this. If you explain, I will be very glad. Thanks a lot.

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#2 2013-04-13 06:43:55

Nehushtan
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Re: boundaries of an integration

You want
as well:
.

The RHS means: integrate

from 0 to
, integrate
from 0 to
, …, integrate
from 0 to
, and finally integrate
from 0 to 1. The limits of each integral come from the way the domain of integration
is defined.


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