# How could i solve a problem like this please help i am confused also how do i set up the

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to know a systematic solution to solving these types of problems that could appear on the test. I’ve never been subjected to this type of math or algebra before and it appears as though most of these types of problems are going to be on the test. Do you have any solutions or step-by-step methods on how to interpret and solve these problems? Thank you.
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I sent the picture below!
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the origin? ie surface under some surface "f" as bound by the set: x^2+y^2-4x<0 (equivalent to: (x-2)^2 + y^2 < 4). My original thinking was to just translate the surface formula by the magnitude of the radius of this circle and assume the standart polar setup for cirles located at the origin, but this makes the integral very unpleasant. Could i get any suggestions for how to solve this? Thanks
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ulas to use. Thanks. See phots below.
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came back clueless. Wondering if I could get an idea of how to solve these.
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