Set up the following integral in cylindrical coordinates then integrate chegg

For a solid such as the one in Example 6.2.2, where each slice is a cylindrical disk, we first find the volume of a typical slice (noting particularly how this volume depends on \(x\)), and then integrate over the range of \(x\)-values that bound the solid. Often, we will be content with simply finding the integral that represents the volume ...

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