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# Volume of Revolution Watch

1. How do I do this?

I've been given some homework and one of the questions is to find the volume of revolution for the graph , between x coordinates 1 and 2. I have no clue where to even start.
2. (Original post by Andy98)
How do I do this?

I've been given some homework and one of the questions is to find the volume of revolution for the graph , between x coordinates 1 and 2. I have no clue where to even start.
You will use integration skills
http://www.examsolutions.net/maths-r...tutorial-1.php

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3. So basically integrate and multiply by pi?
4. (Original post by Andy98)
How do I do this?

I've been given some homework and one of the questions is to find the volume of revolution for the graph , between x coordinates 1 and 2. I have no clue where to even start.
I found an almost exact answer to your question on this website: http://www.mentorsroom.com/phpbb3/vi...php?f=40&t=713

I usually use this Mentors Room website to get answers to my questions!
5. (Original post by a_azam)
I found an almost exact answer to your question on this website: http://www.mentorsroom.com/phpbb3/vi...php?f=40&t=713

I usually use this Mentors Room website to get answers to my questions!
Hahaha, thanks man

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