Posted by **Alexandra** on Sunday, April 17, 2011 at 8:02pm.

I don't understand how to answer this problem:

The base of a solid is bounded by y=x+1 and y= x^2-1. Find the volume of the solid if the cross section is perpendicular to the x axis are equilateral triangles.

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