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#### Calculus_205th_20Edition_20-_20James_20Stewart_Part19

Course: MATH 114, Fall 2010

School: UPenn

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6 450 CHAPTER APPLICATIONS OF INTEGRATION SOLUTION Figure 11 shows a horizontal cross-section. It is a washer with inner radius 1 y and outer radius 1 Ay sy, so the cross-sectional area is outer radius 2 inner radius 1 y 2 2 (1 The volume is V sy )2 y 1 0 A y dy y [(1 0 1 sy )2 1 y 2 ] dy y (2 sy 0 1 y y2 2 y 2 ) dy y3 3 1 4y 3 2 3 0 2 y 1+ y 1+y 1 x= y y x=y 0 x FIGURE 11 x=_1 We...

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