Math 116  Lab 10  Fall 2011.
Volumes of Solids of Revolution (methods of disks, washers, and spherical shells); Work,
Energy, Force (Sections 7.2, 7.3 and 7.4 of L/G).
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1. Use the method of disks to compute the volume of the solid of revolution generated
by the following areas:
a) Between
y
= 8

x/
2,
y
= 2,
y
= 5, and
x
= 0; about
x
= 0.
b) Between
y
= 4
x

x
3
,
x
= 0,
x
= 2, and
y
= 6; about
y
= 6.
2. Use the method of washers to compute the volume of the solid of revolution generated
by the following areas:
a) Between
y
= 4

x
2
and
y
= 8

2
x
2
; about
y
= 0.
b) Enclosed by
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 Spring '11
 RobertAndre
 Math, Calculus, TA, following areas, spherical shells

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