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VIII. Triple Integrals: Lecture 1 | 27:24 min
In this lesson our instructor talks about triple integrals. He does four complete example problems on triple integrals.
Last reply by: Professor HovasapianMon Sep 3, 2012 10:54 PM
Post by Mohammed Alhumaidi on September 3, 2012
In the last example of sin and 2sin...Why you did not include the region bounded by the x-y plane from Pi to 2Pi ? Is that because the radius of the sphere is 2 therefore it is less than Pi ? And if supposing that the radius of the sphere is bigger than Pi (e.g. 9) would it be correct to take the limits of integration from 0 to 2Pi ?
Last reply by: Professor HovasapianMon May 20, 2013 3:39 AM
Post by Josh Winfield on May 19 at 09:14:12 AM
Hey Raffi , assuming your error in Example 3 where pi is the radius of the sphere is accounted for, why have you ignored the area bounded by y=sinx and y=2sinx for values of x <0 and >-pi as you did not state bounded by the xy plane in the probelm, shouldn't that are be taken into consideration and if it was is the integral =0
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