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Pro-tip on how to calculate eigenvalues with a TI 83 or 84 of matrix A with dimensions n x n: make a function: y = det([A] - X*identity(n)) and find the zeros of this function

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Hello /sci/. I'm looking through an example on triple integrals as shown in my picture, the actual problem is above the line, below is how to solve it. In addition z is between 0 and 4. What I don't understand is, why does the r come in as a factor in the cylindrical coordinate function? By substituting the x with r*cos? and y with r*sin? i get z*e^(r^2), not z*(e^(r^2))*r. What am I doing wrong?
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> yfw were just energy gradients
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Hey guys if there are + and - charged particles could there be × and ÷ charged ones? Perhaps these make up dark matter and we haven't found them because no one's looking for them?






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