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Problem 40 Easy Difficulty

Find the volume of the described solid $S .$
The base of $S$ is the triangular region with vertices $(0,0),$
$(1,0),$ and $(0,1)$ . Cross-sections perpendicular to the $y$ -axis
are equilateral triangles.




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