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# Multivariable Calculus : Double Integral - Polar Coordinates

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( &#61682; ^n_r means that n is on the top of the &#61682; and r is on the bottom) Evaluate the given integral by first converting to polar coordinates:
&#61682; ^1_0 &#61682; ^(square root of 1 - x^2)_0 (1/(square root of 4 - x^2 - y^2)) dy dx

&#61682;: is the integral symbol

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A double integral is solved.

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Solution. Let x=rcos(a), y=rsin(a)
Then,

&#61682; ^1_0 &#61682; ^(square root of ...

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