anonymous
  • anonymous
A solid generated when region in the first quadrant is enclosed by curves y=2x^2 and y^2=4x is revolved around the x-axis. What is the volume? A. Pi/5 B. 2Pi/5 C. 8Pi/5 D. 6Pi/5
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anonymous
  • anonymous
What type of math are you taking?
anonymous
  • anonymous
calculus
anonymous
  • anonymous
Im assuming your doing multi variable right?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
First draw the projection of y=2x^2 and y^2=4x
anonymous
  • anonymous
I already have the area between these two. I just completely forgot how to rotate :P
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well whatever the shape it is you want to reperamatize it according to what the shape resembles.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Does it look like a cone or a sphere then use spherical coordinate or does it look like a cylinder then use cylindrical coordinates
anonymous
  • anonymous
After you find it then you have to find the normal vector use double integrals to solve for the normal vector with the appropriate boundaries.
anonymous
  • anonymous
can you explain it without multivar?

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