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MarcLeclair
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Integral question ( finding volume):
Find the volume obtained by rotating the following curves bounded by:
y=sinx y=0 pi/2≤ x ≤ pi
I used cylindrical method because washer doesn't work in this case ( only one function)
 one year ago
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MarcLeclair Group Title
Integral question ( finding volume): Find the volume obtained by rotating the following curves bounded by: y=sinx y=0 pi/2≤ x ≤ pi I used cylindrical method because washer doesn't work in this case ( only one function)
 one year ago
 one year ago

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Cylindrical gave me : ∫(pi/2 to pi) 2pi (x) sinxdx but integration by part didn't give me the right answer and the answer key gave me ∫pi(x)^2 dx which I don't understand from where it comes from.
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