# //integrals. If a solid is rotated across the x-axis in one case and y-axis in the other, is the volume still the same?

• //integrals. If a solid is rotated across the x-axis in one case and y-axis in the other, is the volume still the same?

... the y axis. The first rotated solid was ... the x axis, we would do the same ... the volume of the area rotated around the x axis of
Positive: 30 %
Solid of Revolution - Finding Volume by ... around the y axis. The first rotated solid was integrated in ... the x axis, we would do the same as ...
Positive: 27 %

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... a solid of revolution is a solid figure obtained ... (in this case g(y)). The volume of each ... the curve around the x-axis or the y-axis are ...
Positive: 30 %
Curves can be rotated about the x or y axis and therefore ... about the x axis. Using integration ... its solid form. The volume generated by a ...
Positive: 25 %
6 Applications of Definite Integrals. ... the x-axis. To find the volume of a solid generated by ... about the y-axis, weuse the same ...