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Set up a definite integral to find the volume of the solid generated by revolving the region enclosed by the graphs of y= (1/x^{3}), x=1, x=2 and y=0 , about the line x=-1 . **Integrate but do not evaluate.**

Step 1

To work out the definite integral for the volume of the required solid of revolution

Step 2

Required to compute the volume when R is rotated about the vertical line x=-1

Step 3

Split the region R into two subregi...

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