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Consider the double integral x*y^2 dA where R is the region bounded by y=x^2 and y=2x.

a) Write an iterated integral with the order dy dx that is equal to the above integral.

b) Write an iterated integral with the order dx dy that is equal to the above integral.

Please show complete work. Thanks.

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Richard P. | Fairfax County Tutor for HS Math and ScienceFairfax County Tutor for HS Math and Sci...

For a) the integral is ∫ dy ∫ dx 1 with the following limits:

The lower limit of the outer integral is 0

The upper limit of the outer integral is 4

The lower limit of the inner integral is y/2

The upper limit of the inner integral is sqrt(y)

For b) the integral is ∫ dx ∫ dy 1 with the following limits

The lower limit of the outer integral is 0

The upper limit of the outer integral is 2

The lower limit of the inner integral is x^{2}

The upper limit of the inner integral is 2x

Both integral evaluate to the same result which is 4/3

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