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rocomath

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Hmm ...

The solid enclosed by the parabolic cylinders y=1-x^2, y=x^2-1 and the planes x+y+z=2, 2x+2y-z+10=0 by subtracting two volumes.

Ok, so I know what my limits should be from the parabolic cylinders, but how was I supposed to know that the 2x+2y-z+10=0 plane doesn't play a role in my integral? When I was initially doing this problem, I thought I had to subtract the top plane from the bottom plane (lol I know, but I was just trying things).

The solid enclosed by the parabolic cylinders y=1-x^2, y=x^2-1 and the planes x+y+z=2, 2x+2y-z+10=0 by subtracting two volumes.

Ok, so I know what my limits should be from the parabolic cylinders, but how was I supposed to know that the 2x+2y-z+10=0 plane doesn't play a role in my integral? When I was initially doing this problem, I thought I had to subtract the top plane from the bottom plane (lol I know, but I was just trying things).

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