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# Final Lab 2

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MTH 252Final LabProblem 2
Justin DrawbertAugust 10, 2010
In Final Lab Problem 2 we are asked about a problem we went over in class, in which we wereasked to consider a region,
R
, bounded by the curves
(
x
) = sin(
x
)
, g
(
x
) = 3
·
sin(
x
)
,
0
x
π
Of course 3
·
sin(
x
) will be equal or greater to sin(
x
) over the interval considered, which gives ashape with a bounded region that looks like
-0.500.511.522.530
π
/4
π
/23
π
/4
π
y
xR3*sin(x)sin(x)
It appears we’re going to have a sort of egg shaped object with a hidden compartment. So here theradius of the area being considered is the diﬀerence in the two functions. Or in other words thearea we consider will be
π
times the square of the greater radius
g
(
x
), minus
π
time the square of the lesser radius,
(
x
). We then take the integral of the area to ﬁnd the volume. So here’s whatwe’ve gotOuter Radius = 3
·
sin(
x
x
)
A
=
π
3
·
sin(
x
)
2
π
sin(
x
)
2
=
π
9
·
sin
2
(
x
)
sin
2
(
x
)
1