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I'm trying to solve this problem, but I think I'm making a mistake somewhere...

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    And here's my calculations...

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    I don't see any error personally. Just need to solve for c.

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    Really? Alrighty then! :D Thanks for going through my work!

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    |dw:1437889466971:dw|

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    Solving for c would it be something like this... 12c^3 - 4c^3 = 3(4608) ?

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    RIght. You found their intersection and set up the integral correctly, y = c^2 - x^2 will always be the upper function in between -c and c. Did the integral correctly, all looks good.

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    @surjithayer mhmm exactly!

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    That's awesome! Thanks so much!

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    Yep. Just keep going and you got it.

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    yw

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    Aweomeness haha xD I usually have lots of silly errors in my work, but I guess it didn't happen this time :)

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    Thanks you guys :)

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    Of course :)

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