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Zach Hughes

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Originally posted in a technical math section, so missing the template

I'm trying to practice for my final. The sample problem is:

"Find the volume of the solid generated when the region bounded by y = x

To start, I set the two y equations equal to each to find the points of intersection.

x

x

x - x

So the intersection points that work are: x = 0, 1, -(-1)

I believe I have now have to use the washer method to solve the problem.

With those multiple intersection points, it really confuses me on where to go next.

After looking through some examples in the text, I believe the integral I would have to evaluate to the find the correct volume is:

π ∫ (from 0 to 1) of (x

But I don't know how to get to that from the given information and the points of intersection I found. Any tips would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

"Find the volume of the solid generated when the region bounded by y = x

^{4}and y = x^{1/3}, 0<=x<=1, is revolved about the x-axis."To start, I set the two y equations equal to each to find the points of intersection.

x

^{4}= x^{1/3}, : raise both sides to power of 3x

^{12}, = xx - x

^{12}= 0So the intersection points that work are: x = 0, 1, -(-1)

^{5/11}, and (-1)^{6/11}.I believe I have now have to use the washer method to solve the problem.

With those multiple intersection points, it really confuses me on where to go next.

After looking through some examples in the text, I believe the integral I would have to evaluate to the find the correct volume is:

π ∫ (from 0 to 1) of (x

^{2/3}- x^{8}) dxBut I don't know how to get to that from the given information and the points of intersection I found. Any tips would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.