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  • 1. How to build a solid ... Revolving Cube
  • 2. Find the area between the curves ...
  • 3. Find the area between the curves ...
  • 4. Find the area between the curves ...
  • 5. Volume of a Cone
  • 6. In General: Any function rotated about the x-axis will have circular cross sections and its volume can be found by: With circular cross sections A(x) is the function representing the changing areas ... so you need a function that represents r.