Posted by **anonymous** on Tuesday, February 26, 2008 at 6:43pm.

2. f(x)=e^x for 0<x<2. Imagine that you have graphed this function in the x-y plane. For each value of x in the domain, erect a square above the curve perpendicular to the x-axis and parallel to the y-z plane where one side runs from the x-axis to the curve. So the square at x=.9 has vertices (.9,0,0), (.9,e^.9,0), (.9,e^.9,e^.9), (.9,0,e^.9). All of these squares together create a volume. Set up an integral to compute the volume exactly.

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