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 Oct23 awarded Popular Question Jul2 awarded Curious Feb6 awarded Famous Question Apr19 awarded Notable Question Feb11 awarded Popular Question Jan28 revised using the washer method to find the volume of an object added 6 characters in body Jan28 accepted using the washer method to find the volume of an object Jan28 comment using the washer method to find the volume of an object I don't understand which two are identical. Jan28 revised using the washer method to find the volume of an object added 6 characters in body Jan28 comment using the washer method to find the volume of an object Ok, that last edit should do it. Jan28 revised using the washer method to find the volume of an object edited body Jan28 comment using the washer method to find the volume of an object Ah man, so many mistakes I overlooked. I am editing this right now. Jan28 revised using the washer method to find the volume of an object edited body Jan28 comment using the washer method to find the volume of an object Just edited the main post. Jan28 revised using the washer method to find the volume of an object added 47 characters in body Jan28 asked using the washer method to find the volume of an object Jan27 comment Finding the Anti-derivative can you please explain to me how i would tackle this using substitution from the stage $du = 2dx$ back into $\int u^2$ ? Jan27 comment Finding the Anti-derivative well, if i were to tackle this using substitution, i am to let $u$ = $2x+5^2$. i know that $\frac{du}{dx} 2$ then i solve for $du$ to get $du$ = $2dx$. so i have $\int u^2\$ , now how do i go about plugging $du$ = $2dx$ back into $\int u^2$ ? Jan27 comment Finding the Anti-derivative where does the $\frac{1}{2}$ come from? Jan27 comment Finding the Anti-derivative Where does the $10$ come from, and why did you place $\int$ before all the $x$'s in $4$, and $10$, but after $25$?