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2-121.

We have found (or approximated) the volume of a rotated flag with various shapes. What if the axis of rotation (the "pole") is not attached directly to the flag?

In the graph at right, there is a gap between the flag and the x-axis. Decide what will occur when this flag is rotated about the $x$-axis. Draw a sketch of the result and find the volume of the resulting solid. To help you visualize this, use the .

A large cylinder, with a hollow cylindrical hole in the center.

Compute two volumes and subtract: a large solid cylinder − the cylindrical hole.

Both cylinders have a height of $3$.

The large cylinder has a radius of $2$. The small cylinder has a radius of $1$.

Use the eTool below to visualize the flag.
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