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LEC1:Applied integral to calculate surface and volume.

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    yes A1+A2+A3+...

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    don't use to draw.It's different !

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    clear?

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    means you know?

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    find the volume above when the rectangular revolving around the line.

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    wow! excellent !

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    find a volume when the area between y=1/x and y=-1 and x=1,x=2 revolving around line x=-2.

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    Ok tell me what are a,b,r?

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    You shouldn't draw any curves, just know y=1/x is above of y= -1.

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