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How do you know when to use the washer formula compared to using the cylinderical shells formula? or does it not matter
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How do you know when to use the washer formula compared to using the cylinderical shells formula? or does it not matter
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Whenever it's easier.
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you sure?
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That's how I make the decision. As you're trying to define your differential area, you'll see which way makes for a less nasty function to integrate. I can't say for sure right now that both methods will work in all cases (they likely won't).
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