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Triple integrals, Cylindrical coordinates

The differential of volume in cylindrical coordinates is given by MATH.

A type $zr\theta $ solid consists of all points whose cylindrical coordinates MATH satisfy the conditions MATHMATHMATHThe triple integral MATH such a solid $E$ can be evaluated by an iterated integralMATHA type $z\theta r$ solid $E$ consists of all points MATH in cylindrical coordinates that satisfy the conditions MATHMATHMATHThe triple integral MATH can be evaluated by using the iterated integralMATH


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