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July 6th, 2017, 12:53 AM   #1
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From: Beer Sheva

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Can someone help me to compute the volume of the tetrahedron by triple integral?
(see figure attached).


I need help please...

Let's suppose, for example, we have integrand f(xi,eta,zeta)=1, and I want to compute the volume by triple integral, how should the limits be defined?

I am trying to define the limits for the triple integral and then compute the volume in order to validate the result, but I see that the result is not correct.

There is no mistake in the computation because I used in Wolfram Mathematica symbolic integration.

In addition, I am looking for integral without dividing the tetrahedron to sum integrals.

Can someone help me please?



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