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    Find the volume of the solid of revolution formed by rotating about the x-axis the finite region in Quadrant I bounded by the graphs of y=xcos(pi*x^3/2) and y=sqrt(1-x^6)

    and the y-axis.

    A. 9p/11 B. 9p/17 C.11p/17

    D.11p/42 E.29p/42

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