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    finding volume generated by rotating the curve

    Use method of cylindrical shell to find the volume generated by rotating the region bounded by the given curves about the Y-axis.

    y = 3+2x-x^2
    y = 3-x

    The limits are 0 and 1, so what will be the circumference and height.
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    see attachment

    Unless arbitrarirly fixed the limits should be 0 and 3
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