Changing the Order of Integration In Exercises 45-50. sketch the region R of integration and change the order of integration.
To graph: The region R for the given iterated integral . Further, change the order of integration.
The iterated integral, .
Take the provided iterated integral into consideration.
In the above integral, limit of is and limit of is .
To plot the equation , i.e., , make a table as follows:
Step 1: Sketch the graph of inequality and as shown in the following diagram:
Step 2: Draw the graph of inequality and as shown in the following diagram:
Step 3: Merge the above two graphs to sketch the area calculated by the expression , as follows:
From the graph, it can be seen that there are two limits present, that means the outside and inside limits
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