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jcamargo93

  • 2 years ago

i need help in this question..i'm going to attach the problem.

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  1. jcamargo93
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    here it is!:)

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  2. artix_17
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    You can integrate using Integration by washer/shells. Do you know how to do it?

  3. jcamargo93
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    no, i dont.

  4. artix_17
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    Imagine slicing it into a million pieces. The idea is that surface area of one slice and add it from 0 to pi/3 The formula is \[\int\limits_{0}^{\pi/3} \pi (secx)^2- \pi (e^-x)^2 dx\]

  5. jcamargo93
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    doesnt it involve \[V=\Pi \int\limits_{\Pi}^{0} f(x)\]

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    is it the same?

  7. artix_17
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    Yea, its similiar

  8. jcamargo93
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    ok, i think i know how to do it, i'll try it out and see what i get.

  9. artix_17
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    ok :D

  10. jcamargo93
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    ok i got this... V=\[\Pi[\tan \Pi/3+(e^-2(\Pi/3))/2]-\Pi[\tan0+(1/2)]\]

  11. artix_17
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    Yea, that should be right

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