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How do I take the double integral e^(y/x) dx dy demarcated by the region D={(x,y):x^2≤y≤x^3≤8}. What I'm having trouble with is setting the supper and lower boundaries for the integrals. I can see that y goes from x^2 to x^3 but how do I set the boundary for x? Is it between 2 and y^(1/3)?

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