The volume is...
... so that it is finite, even if the area...
... is infinite... a little nice 'paradox' ...
Hi, I had a two part question:
We just learned improper integrals today and I am finding the concept a little tricky. (Quite frankly, I suck at limits in general).
However, I am stuck as to when we are finding the volume
Would the volume not be from 0 to infinity?
And when I tried doing:
you would get infinity minus whatever number on the right?
I am so confused. I cannot find a good example online, in my books or in my notes.