Anonymous
Anonymous asked in Science & MathematicsMathematics · 1 month ago

# Let R be a region bounded by y=x^2, y=2x, and y=3. Solid S is obtained by rotating region R about x=-1.?

1. Write the integral for the volume of S using the washer method.(no need to compute it).

2. Find the volume of S using the shell method.

Can someone help me with this problem please? So for the first part of the problem, I am getting V = (pi) * integral(sqrt(y) - (-1)) dy over [0,3]. I'm not sure if I did it right.

For the second part, I got the radius is x+1 and the height is 3.

Then V = (2pi) * integral(3*(x+1))dx (I'm not sure what the bounds are).

Update:

The region R is the region bounded below the line y=3.

Relevance
• Pope
Lv 7
1 month ago

Have you tried sketching the three boundaries? They bound two finite regions and several infinite regions. As it is, region R is not well defined, so we cannot even get a good start on the problem.

The limits on your first integral suggest that you may be using the lower of the two finite regions, but neither of the integrals is correct, or anywhere close.

Someone might be willing to provide guidance here, but I would not touch it until the problem is first clearly stated.

• RockIt
Lv 7
1 month ago

Important, using washers, you will integrate with respect to dy, whose limits of integration are y=0 and y=3. So, your inner and outer radius for the "washer" which are given in terms of x in your problem statement need to be expressed in terms of y instead.

You need to visualize this.  The area between dy and inner and outer radius which form a bounding "rectangle".  Thats what you are summing up.