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The Leibniz text interprets the double integral geometrically in terms of the volume of a three-dimensional solid, which utilizes the Riemann method, but also takes it as an extension of the surface of the function f(x,y)and looks at it by using parallel planes. -Claudia, for the Teacher2Teacher service |
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