I am trying to determine the bounds given a solid bounded by the plane $y+z=4$ and the cylinder $y=x^2$, and $xz$ and $yz$ planes in the first octant. I am not sure if I am on the right track, but to find my bounds for $y$, I set $z$ equal to zero and calculated $y=4$. This gives a region enclosed by a parabola with the upper y-bound at 4. So my outer integral (assuming type I region), I believe, is $x^2 \leq y \leq 4$. And since there is a vertical asymptote at $x=1$, I am assuming that my inner integral is bounded by $0 \leq x \leq 1$.
I know that I am going to need to integrate xz and yz as the functions, but I am not sure how to express these in terms of $z$, which is what I assume I am supposed to do since all problems I have encountered up until this point that are in 3D have done this. However, all of those problems didn't have z as a coefficient of either the x or y terms (e.g. they were in a form like $x + y + z$). Am I on the right track? And if so, how should I approach this?