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Let f(y) = e^{−3y/2}

Let R be the region between the graph of *f* and the y axis on the interval [0, 1] (on the y axis). Set up an integral to find the volume V of the solid region obtained by revolving R about the y axis and then find the volume.

Step 1

The required region is drawn as shown,

Step 2

When this region is rotated about the y axis, the ...

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