Applying the Disc Method to calculate the volume of a solid obtained by rotating a plane region and relating it to definite integrals.
Mapped to AP College Board # CHA-5, CHA-5.C, CHA-5.C.1, CHA-5.C.2
Definite integrals allow us to solve problems involving the accumulation of change in area or volume over an interval. Calculate volumes of solids of revolution using definite integrals. Volumes of solids of revolution around the x- or y-axis may be found by using definite integrals with the disc method. Volumes of solids of revolution around any horizontal or vertical line in the plane may be found by using definite integrals with the disc method.