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Asked Feb 10, 2020

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Step 1

First of all, consider the upper limit for the integration w.r.t dx.

**Rearrange the expression to get the equation of the circle.**

**The upper limit is the disk with center (1, 0) and the radius of the circle is 1.**

Step 2

As the upper limit is the disk therefore, change the upper limit from the cartesian form to the polar coordinates.

Step 3

**Now, substitute the values of the limits and the expression to be integrated in the polar form.**

**Integrate w.r.t dr then apply the limits to get the expression to be integrated w.r.t dθ.**

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