Sun K.

asked • 05/04/13

Evaluate the double integral?

Evaluate the double integral from 0 to 1 and x^2 to 1 of (x^3)(sin(y^3)) dy dx by reversing the order of integration.

I know how to solve the integral, I just don't know how to set up the new integral, I don't know how to find the limits.

Sun K.

So the new limits would be 0<=y<=1 and sqrt(y)<=x<=1, right?



Sun K.

Is there a way to find the limits without graphing?



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Robert J. answered • 05/04/13

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