richyw
Set up the double integral giving the volume of the solid bounded by \(y=x^2,\quad z=3y,\quad z=2+y\)



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richyw
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this is messing with my head. I am taking R to be \[\left[3y,\,2+y\right]\times\left[ 0, 1\right]\]

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sorry that is z=3y to z=2+y and y=0 to y=1

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It's been awhile since I have done this haha

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double integral...

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I guess I could evaluate that triple one though to see if I got the same answer as my attempt

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for calculate the volume you should use terrible integral.

richyw
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It's not what I should use. It's what the exam tells me to use haha.

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