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The horizontal cross-section of a beer keg 4 ft tall is circular and the sides of the keg are parabolic. The diameter of the top and bottom is 2 ft and the diameter in the middle is 3 ft. Find the volume of the keg.

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  1. anonymous
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    9ft

  2. anonymous
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    don't think so

  3. anonymous
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    what did u integrate

  4. anonymous
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    so u have a 4ft tall sides. the diamter of the top and bottom is 2ft and the diamter is 3. Therefore if u add them all it's 9 BAM!

  5. anonymous
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    it's not that easy this is a calc 2 question

  6. anonymous
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    :/

  7. anonymous
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    this is what i think would be what you're going to work with.

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    damn how long did it take u to draw that thing lol

  9. anonymous
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    i was thinking which one is the best way to solve it. with respect of x or y?

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    doesn't say I'm lost on this one.

  11. anonymous
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    by finding the curve function, you can integrate it and get the volume.

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