This calculus video tutorial focuses on volumes of revolution. It explains how to calculate the volume of a solid generated by rotating a region around the x axis, y axis, or non axis such as another line parallel to the x or y axis using the shell method or simply cylindrical shells. This video shows you how to write the radius and height function in terms of x and y by the use of a rectangle or shell. This tutorial contains plenty of examples and practice problems including those with two functions.
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