Calculating Volume by Cylindrical Shells

We now know one method for finding the volume of a solid of revolution. But there are tricky examples where the normal method won’t work, like when both the inner and outer radius of a washer are being determined by the same function. Luckily there is another method we can use! It involves cylindrical shells. What’s that, you ask? Watch this!

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