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Unformatted text preview: § 13.7, 5, 9*, 19. § 13.8. 3, 9*, 25*, 29, 13.9. 5*, 9, 11*, 15*, 17, § 14.4 5, 1, 11*, 17, 21*, 27. When doing triple integrals, ﬁrst identify the variable for which the region is simple. We say the region is zsimple if its boundaries are given by z=b(x, y) type of functions. Example: when the region V is zsimple, then integrate R dz ﬁrst. After you ﬁnish R dz the remaining is a double integral in R R dxdy over the region D (in x, y) that collects all possible (x, y) of the V. Then proceed to ﬁnd the double integral 14.2. 3, 9, 25*, 14.8 5*,Jacobian = det( ∂ ( x,y ) /∂ ( u,v )), 9*, 15, 21* § 14.5. 21*, 35, 37*. 1 § 14.6. 1a, ,1b, 9*, 11*, 21*, 2...
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2010 for the course MATH 137 taught by Professor Phann during the Fall '09 term at Georgetown KY.
 Fall '09
 Phann
 Math, Multivariable Calculus

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