Compute the double integral - triangle with vertices, Mathematics

1) let R be the triangle with vertices (0,0), (pi, pi) and (pi, -pi). using the change of variables formula u = x-y and v = x+y , compute the double integral (cos(x-y)sin(x+y) dA as an integral in du and dv.

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