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How would I describe the solid generated by 2∏∫ x/(1+x^{2})dx on [0,2]

How I would do it I would rewrite the intergal as 2∏∫ x * 1/(1+x^{2})dx and apply substitution.

I would then use the volume of disks method and integrate the integral about the new bounds. Is this the right way to go about it?

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# Describe the solid generated by the integral

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