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# 20. Is the function f (x.v) = 2x(r? +y2 10)-' integrable over [0. 1] [0. 1J? Over [-3.3] / [-3.3J? Over [~I0. 10] x [~10, 10J?...

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###### 20. Is the function f (x.v) = 2x(r? +y2 10)-' integrable over [0. 1] [0. 1J? Over [-3.3] / [-3.3J? Over [~I0. 10] x [~10, 10J?

20. Is the function f (x.v) = 2x(r? +y2 10)-' integrable over [0. 1] [0. 1J? Over [-3.3] / [-3.3J? Over [~I0. 10] x [~10, 10J?  #### Similar Solved Questions

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