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Find the volume of the solid formed by rotating the region enclosed by

y=e^(3x)+1,y=0,x=0,x=0.7 about the y-axis.

What I know is that I am supposed to solve for x since it rotates on the y axis. So I have

y=e^(3x)+1

y-1=e^(3x)

ln(y-1)=3x

ln(y-1)/3=x

Now what? I am not sure how I am supposed to solve this or what I do now. I am starting Calc II so this is new to me and i've never used logs before for this. What do I do, and how does it work for me to solve this?

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# I need help finding the area of a function using integrals and logs

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