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Find the volume for:

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  1. lgbasallote
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    is this a test?

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  2. amistre64
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    is it a newtonian or non-newtonian volume?

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    are we rotating it thru 3d or a greater dimension (4,5,6d) ??

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    is it not just cylindrical shell or soemthing? am i missing soemthing?

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    i always hated these just saying

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  6. amistre64
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    |dw:1351170930808:dw|

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  7. myininaya
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    Find the volume by slicing. For some reason the visual is hard for me to visualize.

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    hmm.. i knew there was something more....

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    a mod's question is never easy.....

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    |dw:1351171102661:dw|

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    Cant we just do translation |dw:1351171080137:dw|

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    pi(R^2-r^2) * height (from 0 to 2 is all the same R,rs) from 2 to 4 R is still 3 but r = x

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    \[\int_{h=0}^{h=2}\pi(3^2-1^2)dh+\int_{h=2}^{h=4}\pi(3^2-(h-1)^2)dh\]

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    a cylindrical shell approach makes sense for this problem |dw:1351171541916:dw|

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    man who said art was dead? look at these pictures!

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    Omg. Great. @amistre64 I see it now. Thanks.

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    ;)

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    like old home week around here today

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