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Lecture 29 |
ContentsIn this lecture we learn that integrals can be used to compute volumes as well as areas. We apply the Method of Accumulations to develop a formula for the volume of a solid generated by revolving a plane region about the x-axis.
Quick QuestionRotate the following semicircular region about the x-axis. What figure results and what is its volume?
TextbookVolumes of Solids of Revolution
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