CALCULUS
posted by Little .
a. for y= sinx y=0 and x=pie/2
if each cross section is an equilateral triangle perpindicular to the x axis what is the total area?
b.also same question except triangles are perpindicular to y axis
answer's are appreciated but i need the work more.
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