1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Find the volume of the region of space enclosed between the functions: 1=-z+2x+2y and 100=z2+y2+x2. 3. The attempt at a solution I am not sure how to set this problem up. I think it is a triple integral, since there is a z-component. I graphed the equation in an program and I see that it it the former function which is a curved sheet, intersecting a sphere (the latter function) with a radius of 10. I tried finding their intersection points so that I could understand what the bounds would be for each component, but can't figure it out after several hours. Will somebody show me how to set it up so that I can try the triple integral? This practice assignment is more about evaluating integrals, so that is the main part of the work, but I just need it set up first before I can practice evaluation... Thanks in advance!