I am trying to solve a question in my integration topic using volumes of solids of revolutions the attatchment shows my workings and the part I would like some guidance with

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- April 13th 2010, 11:50 AMjimss2Volume of solids of revolutions
I am trying to solve a question in my integration topic using volumes of solids of revolutions the attatchment shows my workings and the part I would like some guidance with

- April 13th 2010, 12:06 PMArchie Meade
- April 13th 2010, 03:52 PMjimss2
Thankyou for your reply it was very helpful I am still struggling with integrating x=(y/2)^1/3 as I do not know what to do when bringing the power down as the 2 is already there each method I try give me the wrong answer

- April 14th 2010, 12:53 AMArchie Meade
For part 2,

integrating this, we bring out the denominator under y first, then raise the power of y by 1

and divide by the new power

evaluated from y=0 to y=54

from 0 to 54

- April 14th 2010, 01:53 AMjimss2
thankyou this has been very helpful