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    How would you find the volume of the solid formed when rotating the curve about the y axis  e^{-x^{2}} ? (all of the curve from x=-infinity to x=infinity)
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    What level of maths is this?
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    well I am doing Further Maths and Maths but was just wondering how you would do it.
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    Very similar question:

    http://www.math.hmc.edu/funfacts/ffiles/20008.3.shtml
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    following on from the link perhaps can you find a relationship between the area and volume? Got no idea how you would do that though. Help still needed
 
 
 
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