# Calculus 2c, Examples of Maximum and Minimum Integration and by Mejlbro L.

By Mejlbro L.

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I 1. Here the domain is written (note the order of x and y): B = {(x, y) ∈ R2 | 0 ≤ x ≤ a, x ≤ y ≤ a}. Then we can write down the double integral: a x exp y 3 dS = 0 B a a x exp y 3 dy dx = x a x 0 exp y 3 dy dx. com 41 Calculus 2c The plane integral does not just look impossible to calculate; it is impossible to calculate with our arsenal of functions! Therefore we give up this variant. Instead we examine, if we shall be more successful by interchanging the order of integration. 2 Figure 24: The domain B for a = 1 with a horizontal line of integration from x = 0 to x = y where y is kept ﬁxed.

0 0 We ﬁrst calculate the inner integral, where θ is considered as a constant, √ a cos 2θ 0 1 4 r r dr = 4 3 √ a cos 2θ = 0 a4 cos2 2θ. com 62 Calculus 2c The space integral Then by insertion, I π 4 = 2π 0 cos θ sin θ · a4 cos2 2θ dθ 4 π π 4 4 πa4 1 πa4 cos2 2θ sin 2θ dθ = cos2 2θ − = 4 0 4 θ=0 2 πa4 πa4 π πa4 1 cos3 2θ = {1 − 0} = . = − 8 3 24 24 0 4 d cos 2θ I 2. Let us now turn to the semi-polar variant. √ The problem with this is to ﬁnd = P (z) as a function of z for the boundary curve r = a cos 2θ for the domain in the meridian half-plane.