use triple integral to prove volume of ice cream cone c is : pib^(3)

z>(x^(2)+y^(2))^(1/2) and z<(b^(2)-x^(2)-y^(2))^(1/2) + b where b is some constant

Re: use triple integral to prove volume of ice cream cone c is : pib^(3)

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**sluggerbroth** z>(x^(2)+y^(2))^(1/2) and z<(b^(2)-x^(2)-y^(2))^(1/2) + b where b is some constant

Please show us what work you've been able to do. We are not a homework service.

-Dan

Re: use triple integral to prove volume of ice cream cone c is : pib^(3)

i do not know how or where to start on this?

Re: use triple integral to prove volume of ice cream cone c is : pib^(3)

i am utterly stumped on this one?

Re: use triple integral to prove volume of ice cream cone c is : pib^(3)

Are you being asked to do it with a triple integral? If I'm reading the constraints correctly (I stink at visualizing in 3D) it is much simpler to integrate over just z using a series of disks.

-Dan

Re: use triple integral to prove volume of ice cream cone c is : pib^(3)

yes i need a triple integral on this