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hawk_6
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The concept of Volume of Revolution uses calculus to find the volume of 3-dimensional objects. I have an equation for a bowl, it is;

y = ln(x+1)
at x = 0 to x = 6

How can i find the volume of this bowl by using Volume of Revolution? if anyone could help I would be very thankfull. Thankyou to anyone who attempts to help me, I have been reading about Volume of Revolution for a couple of weeks and I am really confused. I will appreciate any help, thankyou.
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pi * (int from 0 to 6) (ln(x + 1))^2 dx
= pi * [7(ln(7))^2 - 14 ln(7) + 12]

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