the endpoint comes -1 and 1
and I am taking the integral of ((9/8)-x^2)-(x^2/8)....and then multiplyig by 2pi.
the final answers come 3pi.
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method of washers ...
Originally Posted by skeeter method of washers ... so its like this with end points of -1 and 1
Originally Posted by racewithferrari so its like this with end points of -1 and 1 second term in the integrand should be if what you posted originally is correct ...
also ... limits of integration?
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