volume by cross-sections

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a square of of side length s lies in a plane perpendicular to a line L. one vertex of the square lies on l. as this square moves a distance h along l, the square turns one revolution about l to generate a corkscrew-like column with square cross-section. a)find the volume of the column b)the volume with two turns

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simsiple
School: Carnegie Mellon University

volume=area of the cross-section x height of the distance moved by the square along l

sxs=s^2....area of cross section

s^2xh=hs^2 

with two turns , the volume will be double=2hs^2

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