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rsst123

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**Will Medal** I'm having a really hard time trying to figure out how to find the limits of integration for triple integration

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    @.Gjallarhorn.

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    It might help to draw the shape out and by symmetry you can split up your limits of integration into something easier to manage.

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    That's the part I'm having trouble with I'm not really understanding how I would do that I have a solution to a similar problem just the 9's are replaced with 4's and I'm not seeing how they got the limits

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    I can easily help. The toaster oven was probably plugged into he bath tub heater.

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