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1. Integrate the function x + y between x=y and 2y = x^2
So I have drawn a graph with y = x and y = x^2/2

So would my limits be 1 - 0 for dx and x - x^2/2 for dy??

Thanks
2. (Original post by RHCPfan)
Integrate the function x + y between x=y and 2y = x^2
So I have drawn a graph with y = x and y = x^2/2

So would my limits be 1 - 0 for dx and x - x^2/2 for dy??

Thanks
I would have thougth x^/2/2 and x for dy (inner integral), and 0 and 2 for dx (outer) - lower/upper limits in that order.
3. (Original post by ghostwalker)
I would have thougth x^/2/2 and x for dy (inner integral), and 0 and 2 for dx (outer) - lower/upper limits in that order.
Ah ok thanks!

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