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Find the volume generated by revolving the area bounded by y^2=x^3 , x=4 about x=1 I can't understand how the area will revolve about a line lying on the area Many thanks in advance

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  1. dpaInc
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    lemme refer you to a problem a professor did yesterday.. very similar to this...

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    |dw:1338364929318:dw|

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    here's the link. Dr. Saab did this with qawarrior and later warrior said hid professor marked it incorrect... http://openstudy.com/users/qrawarrior#/updates/4fc43380e4b0964abc86cdda

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    so i dunno what to tell u...

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    but we studied it ?? am so confused :S Thank you for helping me

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    normally, if the axis of rotation is on the boundary or outside the boundary i'd be happy to help out.. but idk what to do in this case because the axis lies inside the region to be rotated...

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    is the axis of rotation part of the boundary?

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    |dw:1338365578147:dw|

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    no it is not a boundary

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    |dw:1338365720645:dw| which area I have to choose

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  11. eliassaab
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    @dpaInc I did tow problems for him. I believe both of my solutions are correct.

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