Example 7-4-13 - Maple Help



Chapter 7: Triple Integration



Section 7.4: Integration in Cylindrical Coordinates



Example 7.4.13



 Use cylindrical coordinates to integrate the function $f=1$ over $R$, the region above the plane $z=0$, below the plane $z=x$, inside the cylinder whose cross section is ${x}^{2}+{y}^{2}=1$, and lying in the half-space $x\ge 0$.









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