The bounds are definitely important and they are not at all obvious.hey guys...!! what is the volume of the solid when rotating the areas between y=(x^3)-x and the x-axis around the line x=1 ???
What about the root at x=0?no boundaries were given for the integral , the function has x=1 and x=-1 as roots so i'm trying to figure if the shape generated will be from " -1 to 1"
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