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I do physics.


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revised How to calculate the integral in normal distribution?
fix typo
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comment Find the volume of a solid by integration
Thanks for your help
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accepted Find the volume of a solid by integration
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comment Find the volume of a solid by integration
Oh, I see how the first octant restriction comes in with that now. Is the greatest $x$ can be...$2y$?
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comment Find the volume of a solid by integration
Also, I think I was trying something similar/equivalent (I think?), but the other way around because it worked out nicer: $$\int_{-3}^3 \int_0^{\sqrt{9-y^2}} (?)\,\mathrm{d}z\,\mathrm{d}y$$ I'm still not sure what goes inside, though (or if that's even for sure correct so far).
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comment Find the volume of a solid by integration
I'm not sure I'm following you; could you go a tad further, particularly with the range of x?
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asked Find the volume of a solid by integration
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revised How to calculate the integral in normal distribution?
fixed a missing decimal point
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revised How to calculate the integral in normal distribution?
switches to x's since it doesn't matter
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revised How to calculate the integral in normal distribution?
Made some clarifications towards the start to make the methodology clear
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revised How to calculate the integral in normal distribution?
Factored out the fractions to make the series easier to read