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Unformatted text preview: Math 200, Spring 2010 Handout #18 Section 15-2 Double Integrals Over More General Regions Definition of Double Integral of f Over General Region D Suppose D is a bounded region enclosed in rectangular region R . If ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) , if , , if , f x y x y D f x y x y D = , then ( ) ( ) , , D R f x y dA f x y dA = We say that f is integrable over D if the integral of f over R exists. The value of the integral does not depend on the choice of R because f is zero outside of D. Approximating Double Integrals of f ( x , y ) over a 'onrectangular Domain D by Riemann Sums. Choose a rectangle R containing D and subdivide R into M& subrectangles i j R of size A x y = . Choose a sample point i j P in each i j R . Since ( ) i j f P = unless i j P lies in D , the Riemann sum reduces to ( ) ( ) ( ) , , 1 1 1 1 , , & M & M i j i j i j i j D & M x y x y S f P f P f x y dA = = = = = = 1. Let D be the shaded region in the figure at the right and let ( ) , f x y x y = . Approximate ( ) , D f x y dA by computing 4,4 S for ( ) , R f x y dA using the regular partition [ ] [ ] 0,2 0,2 R = and the upper right-hand corners of the squares as sample points....
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2011 for the course MATH 200 taught by Professor Jamesdcampbell during the Spring '10 term at Santa Barbara City.
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