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###### Let R be the region bounded by y = 2Vr and y = I: Find the valune generated hy rolating the region R about the U-axis using Uhie waslcr method.(L) Fiud the vol generaterl hy rotatiug the region R alont tho V-axis usiug the shcll mcthod.

Let R be the region bounded by y = 2Vr and y = I: Find the valune generated hy rolating the region R about the U-axis using Uhie waslcr method. (L) Fiud the vol generaterl hy rotatiug the region R alont tho V-axis usiug the shcll mcthod.

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