Okay, So the trick to this problem is recognizing that, uh, your bounds of Mexico zero in Mexico. Six. If you were to plug them into your function two over X plus one. Yeah, that no matter what you plug in for X, you're going to get a positive number. So if you're looking at the graph from zero Yeah, zero to a vertical line of six, you're going to get a positive. No, I don't know exactly what it looks like. It's gonna be a positive. And they also give you the other bound of like, 00 Which is also important because if it's Weichel zero that were rotating around the X axis, extend this, give you a little rotation symbol, Um, that it's the disk method, because the area under the curve is touching everywhere. So pi times that function squared. And we're talking about going from 0 to 6, so that's just setting up the problem. Now let's rewrite this. I think that's helpful is you have four over that quantity of X plus one being squared. Reason why I think that's somewhat helpful is because you can think about Ah, I mean, I could show you substitution, but it's pretty straightforward Is this quantity is to the Negev second power. If you put into the exponents, maybe that's what it should have done. But anyway, you to square both pieces as well as trying to show you. So the anti derivative Oh, refuse myself by saying that because you have tow add one to this exponents of negative too. Because if you put it up here, we'll just rewrite it X plus one to the negative second power. So that's no longer here. Um, so add one. But then you have to divide by your new exponents. Don't forget about that pie in front, and we have to go from 0 to 6. Um, and this derivative matches this because if I asked you for the derivative, if you bring the negative one in front four times, negative one is positive for, and then it's become to the Negev second power, so it sticks into the denominator square and then the derivative of the inside. It's just one. So what I'm saying is now you can just plug in negative for over six plus one to the first power and a minus, um, becomes negative force of plus for over X plus one. So zero plus one. Excuse me to the first power. Yeah. Um, Now, if I were doing this, I would get these to be the same denominator. So 4/1 is equal to 28/7 and adding that together, we give you 24/7. And don't forget about that pie, which is part of the disk method, which is your correct answer.