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Make the given changes in the indicated examples of this section, and then solve the resulting problems.In Example 4, change $y^{3}=x$ to $y^{2}=x$

Calculus 2 / BC

Chapter 26

Applications of Integration

Section 5

Moments of Inertia

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from the day they were given. If you calculate the moment of inertia for I subtract and that is the integral of two parquet comes the integral of Y to the 5th. You are integral of Y to the fifth D. U. I. But there are limits means earned two. Yeah. Why? It's about 6/6 And we get 64 pi K over three. Now to find the mass of the solid, that's two pi K times the integral of Y squared do I? With the same limits. They were into integral of Y squared as lots of the third of three. And that gives the state pi K. So now to calculate the radius arse of X. Square, that is the moment of inertia over the map best equals 8/3 or 12.63.

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