hahahah same LOL!I just bs'd that and said it turns into a straight line LUL
i bet u bossed the last partreaaaaaaalllyyyy unconventional paper
Radius = 1-x, so V = 2pi(x)(1-x)/(1+x^2) = x - x^2 / 1+ x^2for 7a) sorry to be annoying but how did you guys get this part? pi^ (2/2-2pi) lol i doubt anyone will bother answering this haha I'll just go check terry lee when he finishes his solution
8cii was really hardi bet u bossed the last part
dont you sum it using gp and do shit to it8cii was really hard
basically yesi thought you would be used to those kind of questions with all the notation and theory stuff
dont you sum it using a gp and do shit to it
thanks!!! you're the best! (and I think I got that answer)Integrate from 0 to 1 radius (1-x) height f(x). This integral splits into two. A log and a second one. This second one splits into x - invtan(x) after integrating. Leaving 2pi(0.5ln2 - 1 + pi/4)
lolPretty easy exam, just one question was a bit iffy. Expecting around 110-116.