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Volumes of Revolution,integration from A-level Maths Tutor|Views: 2,151|Likes: 9

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If the original curve is

y = f(x), then the volume formed by rotating the curve around the x-axis is found by integrating the adapted function (pi times 'y' squared) between two limiting values.

y = f(x), then the volume formed by rotating the curve around the x-axis is found by integrating the adapted function (pi times 'y' squared) between two limiting values.

If the original curve is

y = f(x), then the volume formed by rotating the curve around the x-axis is found by integrating the adapted function (pi times 'y' squared) between two limiting values.

y = f(x), then the volume formed by rotating the curve around the x-axis is found by integrating the adapted function (pi times 'y' squared) between two limiting values.

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Volumes of Revolution

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A volume(rotated around the x-axis)is calculated by first considering a particular value of a function, y1, up from a value of x at x1 . The line x1y1 may be considered as the 'radius' of the solid at that particular value of x.

If you were to square the y-value and multiply it by pi, then a cross-sectional area would be created.

Making a solid of revolution is simply the method of summing all the cross-sectional areas along the x-axis between two values of x.

(compare: area of a cylinder = cross-sectional area x length)

The method for solids rotated around the y-axis is similar.

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Rotation around the x-axis

The volume Vxof a curve y=f(x) rotated around the x-axis between the values of x of a and b, is given by:

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The volume Vyof a curve y=f(x) rotated around the x-axis between the values of y of c and d, is given by:

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