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## How do you find volume using the disk method?

The disk method is used when the axis of revolution is the boundary of the plane region and the cross-sectional area is perpendicular to the axis of revolution. This method is used to find the volume by revolving the curve y=f(x) y = f ( x ) about x -axis and y -axis.

## What are volumes of revolution used for?

Volumes of revolution are useful for topics in engineering, medical imaging, and geometry. The manufacturing of machine parts and the creation of MRI images both require understanding of these solids.

**What is a volume of a disk?**

A volume is a named logical area of the physical disk. It serves as a type of container for the file system and provides a structure for accessing data. In this sense, a volume can be thought of as a logical disk, rather than the physical disk itself.

**How do you plot solid of revolution on geogebra?**

Solids of Revolution

- To graph a particular solid of revolution (around the x-axis), enter an equation in the input bar.
- The surface may be rotated using a mouse — right-click and drag.
- The green slider controls the green curve, which shows how the surface is generated, by rotating the curve around the x-axis.

### What is volume of disc?

The volume of each disk is πr2Δx, where r is the radius of the specific disk and Δx is its height.

### What is volume Class 9?

Volume is a three-dimensional quantity that is used to measure the capacity of a solid shape. It means, the amount of three-dimensional space that a closed figure can occupy is measured by its volume.

**What are volumes and partitions?**

A volume is a single accessible storage area with a single file system. A partition is a logical division of a hard disk. Both are the units of data storage, but a volume is not the same thing as a partition.

**How does disc method work?**

The disk method is a slicing technique that creates cross sections of a solid of revolution by slicing perpendicular on the axis of rotation and calculating the volume of the solid by adding the volumes of the infinitely many thin cross-sections.

#### How do I find volumes of revolution using the disk method?

This applet is for use when finding volumes of revolution using the disk method when rotating an area between a function f (x) and either the x- or y-axis around that axis. As usual, enter in the function of your choice. Select (and/or de-select) the appropriate axis of revolution. Set upper and lower bounds on the region.

#### How to find volume of revolution using the washer method?

Set upper and lower bounds on the region. Use the slider to rotate the region around the appropriate axis. This applet is for use when finding volumes of revolution using the washer method when rotating an area between two functions f (x) & g (x) around a line.

**How do you find the volume of solids of revolution?**

To calculate the volume of solids of revolution, cylinders are the approximating elements. If the area of a cross section near the point is and the thickness of the cylinder is , its volume is . The radius of the solid of revolution of the function at is so . In terms of Riemann sums and integrals the volume is , where .