# please answer 5 and 6 5.) (8 pts.) Sketch the solid R in 3D-Space whose volume... 5.) (8 pts.) Sketch the solid R in 3D-Space whose volume is given by the following double integral. (8 - 41 -2y) dy dz Jo Jo 6.) (10 pts.) Consider region R in 2D-Space, which is bounded by the y-axis and the right half of the circle given in polar coordinates by s = 4 sin 8. Find the I-coordinate of the Centroid of R (SET UP ONLY) using Rectangular Coordinates.

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