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    1. Find the volume of the solid generated by revolving the region enclosed by y= x^(1/2), y=0, x=4 about the line x=6.

    2. Find the arc length of the graph of the function y = x^(3/2) - 1 over the interval [0,4]

    3. Integrate
    ∫ [(Pi / 2) / 0] x cos x dx

    4. Integrate
    ∫ (cos^3) x (sin^2) x dx

    5. Integrate
    ∫ ((1) / ((x^2) (25-x^2)^(1/2))) dx

    6. Integrate
    ∫ (((3x^2)-7x-2) / ((x^3)-x)) dx

    7. Integrate
    ∫ ((x-1) / ((x^3)+(x^2))) dx

    8. Find the limit of the improper integral

    ∫ [∞/1] (x+2) e^(-x) dx if it exists

    9. Find the arc length of the curve given in parametric form by

    x= t^2, y= 2t, 0 ≤ t ≤ 2.

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