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Sorry for being unclear. I do not mean a solid of revolution. I mean taking a parabola which lies on the xy plane and rotating it (moving all of its points) by some amount of degrees around an axis (in my case a line which goes through points (1,0) and (0,1). If you look at the picture it represents a rotated parabola which "had" its points of intersection with x and y axes fixed.

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