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    Unsure about the range(s) to use for double integration




    f(x,y)=c(x+y); 3<x<7, 2<y<4, x>y

    i am supposed to find the value of c. i know i have to integrate the double integration of f(x,y) and then inverse the answer to find c, but i am unsure about how to go about determining the range(s) of the double integration. Would really appreciate some help here thanks!

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    Re: Unsure about the range(s) to use for double integration


    You integrate over the support of the function. So your bounds are determined by:

    3<x<7, 2<y<4, x>y
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