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Calculating a surface integral of a surface by another surface

As Raul Fernandes Horta has noted we should consider excluding a smaller cylinder. Remark: this is a common practice in such questions, some other examples include open bounded $\Omega$ in $\mathbb{R}^...
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How to find area of circle using double integral?

All the hints required - I think, they are already all in the comments. The only thing I'd suggest is using trigonometric substitution. Below is the proof of the formula of the area of a circle using ...
Konrad Banach's user avatar

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