There are two common ways to use Monte Carlo to estimate integrals, so you'll have to look at your notes/textbook to decide which you should use. In one (the average-value method), you generate points uniformly on a 2-D domain and evaluate the function at each random location. In the other method (the volume method), you generate 3-D points and estimate the probability that a random point is under the graph of the function.
Here are some articles that use the average-value method. Study and understand the 1-D example before you attempt 2-D.
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