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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

Find the volume of the region bounded by x = y**2 and z**2 and x = 2 - y**2

2. Relevant equations

Triple integrals and cylindricals

3. The attempt at a solution

I started by roughly graphing the two figures and I got stuck here for some reason. I tried cylindricals, but I figured there would be a better way. For whatever reason I can't get my head around the limits of integration for this problem. Solving the integral once I have it shouldn't be a problem, but I just need to setup the integral thats why my work here is limited. Thanks for any help

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