Hello folks, I was wondering how to set up a volume of the solid of revolution about a line in the form of a line equation. if i wanted to find the volume about a line of x/4 would I simply find it as v=pi*integral (f(x/4)^2)dx or is there a method i'm missing all togeather?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# How to set up a volume of solid of revolution about a line other than the x axis

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