What’s the difference between disk method, washer method and shell method in calculus?
Dude Changed status to publish February 9, 2022
The disk method is using skills to calculate the conversion.
The washer method is a close approximation which divides 96,000 seconds by 7 days = 13,500 seconds per day
The shell method is similar to the washer method except for putting an extra 13 hour-mark on top of it. This puts “a day” as 24 hours instead of 23 hours and 57 minutes which means that this will add up slower than the other methods over time (i.e., total days) but faster at any one point in time. In other words, you’ll age faster if you do not do some time-wasting activities like watching tv or browsing reddit every day during your lunch break.