Help with integration with polar coordinates?
The main problem I'm having is finding the bounds in polar coordinates. The problem is:
Integration of 3sqrt(x^2+y^2)dydx from 0 to sqrt(4-x^2) and from -2 to 2. If someone would tell me how to convert the bounds to polar coordinates, that would be great because I know the integrand converted is 3sqrt(r^2)

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do you know the answer? final answer?

hmmmmm let me check my working first. are you 2nd year?

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