**29+ Evaluate The Integral. Then Sketch The Solid Whose Volume Is Given By The Integral.
Background**. Transcribed image text from this question. The solid is a triangular cylinder with height 4 units and a base that is an isosceles right triangle with legs of length 5 units each.

2.evaluate the line integral ∫c7xy4ds, where c is the right half of the circle x2+y2=36 3.evaluate the line integral ∫cf⋅ dr, where f(x,y,z)=−sinxi−2cosyj+4xzk and c is given by the vector function r(t)=. Then sketch the solid whose volume is given by the integral. So the integral (with reversed order) becomes note that regardless of how the integration is performed, the answer cannot be a function of $x$ or $y$:

### Sketch the line from x=0 to x = 9.

Well recall that this means that the series must then also be convergent! Use triple integral to find the volume of the solid, tetrahedron enclosed by teh coordinate planes and the plane 2x+y+z=4. Sketch region whose area is given by the integral and evaluate the integral. A definite integral of a function then draw a horizontal line to see what $x$ does for a fixed value of $y$.