1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data There is a bowl filled with milk with a diameter of 16cm. (The density of milk is 1050 kg/m³). Find the total force alongside the inside of the bowl. 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution I decided to break this problem up. First of all, its the first time we've dealt with a hemisphere, so I wasn't too sure on how to approach it, but this is what I came up with: Force on the bottom of the bowl (a constant): Bottom: Density * Gravitational Constant * Volume = 1050*9.8*pi*8². Now, to find the force on the sides using integration. I decided to take a look at the bowl from a top down perspective, doing so, I get a circle. Now, I can apply integrals to calculate every 'ring' from the inside to the outside of the bowl. (integral from 0 to 8) [tex]\int[/tex]2*pi*h * sqrt(64-h²) * 1050 *9.8 dh I am very unsure if this method would work, but logically...it seems alright with me!