#### Answer

k=$\frac{2}{27}$

#### Work Step by Step

$\int^{2}_{1} \int^{3}_{1}kx^2y dx dy$
=$\int^{2}_{1}[\frac{k}{3}x^3y]^{x=3}_{x=0}]dx$
=$\int^{2}_{1}9ky dy= \frac{9}{2}ky^]| ^2_1$
=k=$\frac{2}{27}$
=Thus we choose k=$\frac{2}{27}$

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k=$\frac{2}{27}$

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