Calculus

Another volume problem...My given curves are y=1+x^2 and y=9-x^2, rotated about the line x=-1.
Am I solving in terms of y for the integral? And are my bounds -2 to 2?

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  1. yes, on bounds.

    area=int ((9-x^2)-(1+x^2)) dx

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