Solids of Revolution




               Rotate-In-Time by flickr user
               TheEverlastingFallout
How would things be different if the
function is revolved about the y-axis?
How would things be different if the
function is revolved about the y-axis?




                                         s...
How would things be different if the
function is revolved about the y-axis?




                                         s...
How would things be different if the
function is revolved about the y-axis?




                                         s...
Consider the region S bounded between the graphs of the functions ƒ and g.




   Find the volume of the solid generated b...
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AP Calculus AB March 4, 2009

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Solids of revolution along the y-axis, the method of cylindrical shells.

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AP Calculus AB March 4, 2009

  1. 1. Solids of Revolution Rotate-In-Time by flickr user TheEverlastingFallout
  2. 2. How would things be different if the function is revolved about the y-axis?
  3. 3. How would things be different if the function is revolved about the y-axis? source
  4. 4. How would things be different if the function is revolved about the y-axis? source
  5. 5. How would things be different if the function is revolved about the y-axis? source
  6. 6. Consider the region S bounded between the graphs of the functions ƒ and g. Find the volume of the solid generated by revolving S around the x-axis.

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