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• ### Using Green's Theorem, rewrite the following integral as a double integral where C is the boundary... Using Green's Theorem, rewrite the following integral as a double integral where C is the boundary of the circle x2 + y2 = 64. [xe-ex dx + (x + 2xy?) ay DA Next, express this integral using polar coordinates. dr de

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• ### Use polar coordinates to find the centroid of the following constant-density plane region The reg... Use polar coordinates to find the centroid of the following constant-density plane region The region bounded by the cardioid r4+4cos0. Set up the double integral that gives the mass of the region using polar coordinates. Use increasing limits of integration. Assume a density of 1 dr d0 (Type exact answers.) Set up the double integral that gives My the plate's first moment about the y-axis using polar coordinates. Use increasing limits of integration. Assume a density of M,-J J O...

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• ### Set up and evaluate the double integral using polar coordinates f(x,y) = 8-y; R is the...

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Evaluate the given integral by changing to polar coordinates.The integral isdouble int (x)dAwhere D is the region in the first quadrant that lies between the circles x2 + y2 = 64 and x2 + y2 = 8x.