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I'm struggling with another worksheet question here.
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How would I go about finding the limits of integration here?

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I'm struggling with another worksheet question here.
How would I go about finding the limits of integration here?

Thanks in advance
Some visualisation is helpful here, so a sketch could be helpful if you know how.

The region here defines a tetrahedron with the stated equations acting as the faces of it.

Try to deduce them from this.
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Some visualisation is helpful here, so a sketch could be helpful if you know how.

The region here defines a tetrahedron with the stated equations acting as the faces of it.

Try to deduce them from this.
How would I sketch this? I have no idea how to do that
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How would I sketch this? I have no idea how to do that
I'll leave that to your lecturer to explain tbh. You can find plenty of videos and resources online about this anyway.

Anyway, if you'd get your image of what's going on sorted, then it would be obvious that the limits of for x would be [0,4-y-z], then similarly for y and finally z.
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I'll leave that to your lecturer to explain tbh. You can find plenty of videos and resources online about this anyway.

Anyway, if you'd get your image of what's going on sorted, then it would be obvious that the limits of for x would be [0,4-y-z], then similarly for y and finally z.
My lecturer isnt the most useful at explaining things like this. He just kind of expects you to know it, plus he's on strike at the minute. Could you point me in the direction of some resources that might take me through it?
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My lecturer isnt the most useful at explaining things like this. He just kind of expects you to know it, plus he's on strike at the minute. Could you point me in the direction of some resources that might take me through it?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xApptUir8gE
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Thanks, I'll give that a go. At this point, if I pass, i'll pretty much owe you my degree
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