# 5) The following integrals compute the volume of a solid with a known cross-section. For each...

5) The following integrals compute the volume of a solid with a known cross-section. For each integral, describe (1) the region R that serves as the base of the solid, (2) the shape of the cross- section and (3) whether the cross-sections are perpendicular to the x-axis or the y-axis.
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