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March 23rd, 2019, 04:31 AM   #1
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Calculating volume using integral

Find volume of solid figure generated by rotating the area of region bounded by y=x^(2)-4 and y=3x+6 and x-axis about the x-axis
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Find volume of solid figure generated by rotating the area of region bounded by y=x^(2)-4 and y=3x+6 and x-axis about the x-axis
Have you sketched the region? If so, then you should see that two integrals are required ... one using disks, the other using washers.

Give it a go.
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