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    Triple Integrals : Volume of a Solid in Spherical Coordinates

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    Consider the solid inside the surface X^2 + Y^2 +Z^2 = 9 and outside the surface X^2 +Y^2 +Z^2 = 1

    a) Use SPHERICAL coordinates to to write the integral to calculate the volume of the solid.

    b) Calculate the integral from part a

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    The Volume of a Solid is found in Spherical Coordinates. The solution is detailed and well presented.

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