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  1. HI - Yes thank you uncool, you are correct. The solution is a trick. The integral is equal to 1/3.
  2. Hello everyone, I am trying to solve this triple integral problem , but I am having some issues. I tried with the 2 different approaches. 1.- I converted the variables to spherical coordinates, and I think it went well, until the moment to evaluate the integral using those limits (-1 , -2). I couldn't pass that. 2.- Conversion to cylindrical coordinates, but no luck at all there. So, could someone be so kind in giving me some light around this? Please. Not sure if I am follow a right approach.
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