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Anyone here good at CALCULUS?

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If so, try this:

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Find the area of the surface:

The part of the paraboloid x = y^2 + z^2 that lies inside the cylinder y^2 + z^2 = 9.




If anyone's interested, this problem deals with Parametric Surfaces and Their Areas

This problem has me stumped..

-TNC
 
The answer is clearly potato. Or as Dan Quail would spell it "potatoe".
 
are you sure. i was pretty sure the answer was googlenicompooptothefreakinbtosomething :confused:
 
TNC9852002 said:
If so, try this:

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Find the area of the part of the paraboloid surface x = y^2 = z^2 that lies inside the cylinder y^2 + z^2 = 9.

-TNC

The answer is always 54.
 
I doubt this problem needs a calculator to solve...

-TNC
 
the only new one i liked was "Dirtfoot"

but, theres more coming in September, lets see if they improve
 
hey Master Shake can I go swimmin?
 
TNC9852002 said:
If so, try this:

***
Find the area of the surface:

The part of the paraboloid x = y^2 + z^2 that lies inside the cylinder y^2 + z^2 = 9.


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I NEED AN ADULT! I NEED AN ADULT!
 
you should just write 666 all over your paper, and inverted pentagrams too.

maybe you can scare your teacher?
 
in all honesty, I don't even understand the wording of the question
 

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