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Calculus III - Assignment Problems
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 Double Integrals Over General Regions

 

1. Evaluate  where   

 

2. Evaluate  where    

 

3. Evaluate  where D is the region in the 1st quadrant bounded by  and .

 

4. Evaluate  where D is the region bounded by  and .

 

5. Evaluate  where D is the region bounded by  and .

 

6. Evaluate  where D is the triangle with vertices ,  and .

 

7. Evaluate  where D is the region bounded by ,  and the x-axis.  

 

8. Evaluate  where D is the region in the 2nd quadrant bounded by ,  and the y-axis.

 

9. Evaluate  where D is the region shown below.

 

10. Evaluate  where D is the region shown below.

 

11. Evaluate  where D is the region shown below. 

 

12. Evaluate  where D is the region bounded by ,  and  in the order given below.

   (a) Integrate with respect to x first and then y.

   (b) Integrate with respect to y first and then x.

 

13. Evaluate  where D is the region bounded by ,  and  in the order given below.

   (a) Integrate with respect to x first and then y.

   (b) Integrate with respect to y first and then x.

 

For problems 14  16 evaluate the given integral by first reversing the order of integration.

 

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17. Use a double integral to determine the area of the region bounded by  and .

 

18. Use a double integral to determine the area of the region bounded by  and .

 

19. Use a double integral to determine the volume of the region that is between the xy-plane and  and is above the region in the xy-plane that is bounded by  and .

 

20. Use a double integral to determine the volume of the region that is between the xy-plane and  and is above the region in the xy-plane that is bounded by ,  and the x-axis.

 

21. Use a double integral to determine the volume of the region in the first octant that is below the plane given by .

 

22. Use a double integral to determine the volume of the region bounded by , the surface  and the planes  and .

 

23. Use a double integral to determine the volume of the region bounded by the planes , ,  and .

 

24.  Use a double integral to determine the formula for the area of a right triangle with base, b and height h.

 

25.  Use a double integral to determine a formula for the figure below.

 

 

Iterated Integrals Previous Section   Next Section Double Integrals in Polar Coordinates
Applications of Partial Derivatives Previous Chapter   Next Chapter Line Integrals

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