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    Washer Method

    I did this problem, but I got \pi32/3 i think it might be right, but i'm not sure.

    Find the volume of the solid obtained by rotating the region R bounded by the curves
    y = x and y = 2\sqrt[x]{}and the x-axis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by atearney91 View Post
    I did this problem, but I got \pi32/3 i think it might be right, but i'm not sure.

    Find the volume of the solid obtained by rotating the region R bounded by the curves
    y = x and y = 2\sqrt[x]{}and the x-axis.
    Yes that is correct if you rotate around the x-axis
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