# Ap Calculus BC 2002 Form B Question 3?

a) We must start by finding the intersection points of the two curves.

Solve using a graphing calculator to get

b) Recall the formula for volume around the x-axis:

Once again using a calculator to evaluate we get

The last couple of steps would have not been required on the exam because it states NOT TO EVALUATE the arc length.

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