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Lecture# Geometric Examples: Triangles and Functions

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This lecture covers geometric examples of triangles with vertices at specific coordinates, exploring the variation of x and y within defined ranges. The instructor demonstrates functions involving x and y, illustrating how they change as x and y vary. The lecture also delves into the concept of inverting the order of integration in integrals, providing a comprehensive understanding of geometric applications and mathematical transformations.

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