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arturop

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Hi, in the problem in Session 58, I have integrated across x. (bet -2, 2). I do however get 8pi/3 instead of as per the proposed solution, which if I do it myself I get the same result 16pi/3. My solution integrates pi*y^2, with y^2 being (1-x^2/4). What's wrong? Thanks!

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