We can use integrals to find the surface area of the three-dimensional figure that’s created when we take a function and rotate it around an axis and over a certain interval. The formulas we use to find surface area of revolution are different depending on the form of the original function and the axis of rotation.

Read MoreYou can use a double integral to find the area of a surface, bounded by another surface. The most difficult part of this will be finding the bounds of each of the integrals in the double integral.

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