## Section 8.3 - Volume

**Essential Question(s):**

How are integrals used to calculate volumes of solids?

**Follow**__these three steps__to complete this "flip" lesson.**STEP 1: Preparation**

__Title__your spiral with the heading above and

__copy__the essential question(s).

**STEP 2: Vocabulary & Examples**

__Answer__the follow questions. They address examples, vocabulary, rules, theorems, corollaries, procedures, and/or postulates. Following a

__Cornell notes format__, the questions should be written in the left-hand column and with the answers to the right of the question. Make sure to

__write enough to answer the question__.

__Volume as an Integral__

- What is the volume of a solid? (pg 406-407)
- How do you find volume by the method of slicing? (pg 407)

__Square Cross Sections__

- How can you apply the slicing method with square cross sections? (Ex 1 pg 407)

__Circular Cross Sections__

- What is a solid of revolution? (above Ex 2 pg 407)
- How do you calculate a solid of revolution? (Ex 2 pg 407-408)
- What is the area of a washer? (sidebar pg 408)
- How do you calculate volume using washer cross sections? (Ex 3 pg 408)

**STEP 3: Reading**

__Read__the following page(s) and take any extra notes as needed.

- Read pages 406 -413.
- Make sure to read the paragraphs between the examples and sidebar snippets.