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Surfaces of Revolution ?? what in earth!!
Surfaces of Revolution ?? what in earth!!
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Surfaces of Revolution ?? what in earth!! Surfaces of Revolution ?? what in earth!! @Mathematics
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you take a curve, you revolve it around x axis or y axis, and you get a surface. no biggie
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thanks. what happens when a parabola z = y ^2 if rotated around the z axis ?
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Q2. what is the equation of the resulting ellipsoid surface generated by revolving x^2 + x ^(2/9) = 1 around the zaxis ?
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UnkleRhaukus Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1
dw:1319455605548:dw the parabola
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dw:1319455748084:dw the parabolic solid of revolution
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x^2 + x ^(2/9) = 1 can be simplified to be a straight line (no z dependence) so x= something dw:1319456124573:dw
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the solid of revolution will just be a cylinder with something as the radius dw:1319456244500:dw
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