So you want to know the volume that results from rotating that ellipse around the x-axis. First, solve for y, this gives you that .

You'll need only the case. Given that, the volume of rotation is

I have taken instead of just to slightly simplify the evaluation of the resulting anti-derivative at the lower limit of the integral.

Now you just evaluate that integral and get

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