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Need help with both 1 and 2In this problem, we will find the volume of a solid with circular base of radius 2, for which parallel cross-sections perpendicular to the base are squares. To do this we will assume that the base is the circle z2 + y2 4, so that the solid i es between planes para e to the z-axis atz 2 and X 2 The cross-sections perpendicular to the x-axis are then squares whose bases run from the semicircle = Z2 to the semicircle : V 22 What is the area of the cross-section at r? A(x)8-2x42 What is the volume of the solid?

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