Hi guys,

This is gonna sound really stupid, but I was wondering how you integrate a function g = ( f(x,y) )^2 over a square region.

Fundamental theorem of calculus says that, if F is the antiderivative of f, integrating f(x,y) over the region = (FA)e - (FA)w

where (FA)e refers to the value of F along the eastern side of the square multiplied by A, the length of the east side of the square.

What would the answer be for integrating g(x,y) in terms of F?

Thank you!