Double Integrals and Volumes
More Lessons for Engineering Mathematics
A series of free Engineering Mathematics video lessons.
Volume between two surfaces
I discuss and solve an example where the volume between two paraboloids is required. The methods rely on an application of double integration. Such an example is seen in 2nd year university mathematics.
Volume of a tetrahedron
I discuss and solve an example where we calculate the volume of a tetrahedron. The method involves double integrals and is seen in 1st and 2nd year university mathematics.
Double integrals: reversing the order of integration
I discuss and solve an example where a double integral is evaluated. The technique invovles reversing the order of integration. Such an example is seen in 1st and 2nd year university mathematics.
Reversing order in double integrals
This video shows how to reverse the order of integration in double integrals. Such ideas can simplify the calculations and are seen in university mathematics.
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