Given this problem: Find the volume and describe the shape of the object formed by the function f(x) = ½ x²+2 when the function is rotated around the x =3 axis and bounded by th region between the x = 0 and x = 4. I am not sure if I am thihnking about this correctly. I know in order to find the volume, I must use the formula 2π ∫Pxhx dx between x = 0 and x = 4. However, since it is rotatated around the x= 3 axis, do I use that as my starting point. Meaning, do I make 3 equal to zero and make the x boundaries as the difference from 3 to their points?