# calculus

how do
I solve for this V=πintegral from1 to 2 (10-e^x)^2dx

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1. integral (100 - 20 e^x + e^2x ) dx ??
100 x - 20 e^x + .5e^2x ??? at x = 2 - at x = 1

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2. but remember that π out front that I forgot.

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