Hey guys, I know it late its a little past one here. But I'm doing an assignment due tomorrow at I've been stuck on the last question for at least an hour. Find the volume of the solid obtained by rotating the region bounded the curves Y=absolute value of x. and y = square root of ( 8-x^2) , about the x-axis. its going to look like a hemisphere with like a cone cut out. I just have no idea how to remove the cone! I promise if you help, the world will bless you with karma. Its funny that last poster is doing the same type of problem, but we're not in the same class because I wasn't assigned that problem! I think the calculus world just decided today all calculus classes find volumes! Thanks!