1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Find the Volume of the solid obtained by rotating the region R, that is bounded by the graphs y = sqrt x, and y = sqrt (2x-1) and y = 0, about the x-axis 2. Relevant equations The 3 equations y= sqrt x y = sqrt (2x-1) y = 0 3. The attempt at a solution Well, the tricky part of this problem is that the 2 curves, x^(1/2) and (2x-1)^(1/2) intersect at just 1 point, which is 1. So it's not your usual problem. Nonetheless, it is still a closed region. So here is what I decided to do find the volume of the region sqrt(x) rotated from 0 to 1 around the x-axis. Then find the volume of the region sqrt(2x-1) rotated from 1/2 (because that is when it is equal y=0) and 1, and then subtract the first and bigger volume from the smaller one. I ended up with pi/4. Good strategy?