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## Notation and OrderLet's review our notation for the different kinds of integrals:
In the following video, we go over notation (2 minutes) and work two example problems (4 minutes each). The first example involves integrating $6x^2y$ over the rectangle $[1,3] \times [0,2]$, and both orders of integration are equally easy. The second example involves integrating $x e^{xy}$ over the same rectangle, and one order turns out to be much easier than the other. |