Consider some function , continuous on interval :

If we begin to rotate this function around
-axis, we obtain
*solid of revolution*:

The volume of the solid obtained, can be found by calculating the integral:

Consider the following function , continuous on interval :

This time we will rotate this function around -axis. As the result, we get the following solid of revolution:

Its volume is calculated by the formula:

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