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 of iterated integration . Further, change the order of the given iterated integration.
The iterated integration .
Consider the iterated integration is .
From the provided limits of iterated integration, it can be inferred that the inner limit of integration is
Also, the outer limit of iterated integration is,
This means that region R is above the x-axis and below curve. Also, the region is bounded in the interval .
Thus, to draw the region R of given iterated integration follow the below steps,
Step 1: Plot the graph of the curve .
To plot , make the following table:
The graph of the curve ,
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