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I have a question regarding
I have a question regarding this if x=0 and y=0 shouldt c2 have a value then ?
Because when you subtitute everything the remaining is (pa^3)/6 therefore c2 is equal to pa^3/6
In double integration method…
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In double integration method, just disregard the value inside the angled bracket if it becomes "negative".