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Topic: Area and volume of solid of revolution
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Re: Area and volume of solid of revolution
Posted: Nov 27, 2005 3:38 AM
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Thanks, Jules.

I understand that there are examples (such as the one you described)
where using the arc-differential can lead to absurd results - isnt that
more a consequence than a justification of using ds instead of dx?




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