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# Your turn: Compute the volume of the volume of revolution bounded by the parametric curve (t, 1/t) for t E [1, 0o). Then use the formula we just found to find its surface area. Does this mean you…

Your turn: Compute the volume of the volume of revolution bounded by the parametric curve (t, 1/t) for t E [1, 0o). Then use the formula we just found to find its surface area. Does this mean you have found an object that contains less paint (volume) than it takes to paint its exterior (area)?

Your turn: Compute the volume of the volume of revolution bounded by the parametric curve (t, 1/t) for t E [1, 0o). Then use the formula we just found to find its surface area. Does this mean you have found an object that contains less paint (volume) than it takes to paint its exterior (area)?

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Your turn: Compute the volume of the volume of revolution bounded by the parametric curve (t, 1/t) for t E [1, oo). Then use the formula we just found to find its surface area. Does this mean you have found an object that contains less paint (volume) than it takes to paint its exterior (area)? Then use the formula we just found to find its surface area.

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