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use cylindrical shells to compute the volume of the solid remaining when a hole of radius 1 is drilled through the center of a sphere of radius 5
I Know the bounds are from 1 to 5 but other than that I'm stuck on what to do please help
You don't have to use cylindrical shells in this case. There's a simple formula for it. Napkin ring problem
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