Finding the volume using triple integrals
I am curious how I would describe the region bounded by the lines , , and revolved about the y axis in 3 dimensions in order to find the volume in terms of triple integrals. (The solid looks like a cone.) This can easily be done with 1 integral using the "disk" or "shell method, however suppose I don't know those methods and I wanted to find the volume from a very general idea (i.e. triple integrals). What would be the limits of integration in the z plane? Would the limits in the x and y planes simply be from 0 to 1?