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find the area between y² = x and x² =y first solve y²= x and x²=y to get the points of intersection and thus get the limits of integration draw rough figure refer to either axes with ref. to the x-axis find out the upper curve (here y²= x or y = sqrt(x) black curve) and lower curve (here x² =y or y = x² pink curve) use the formula integral of y(upper) - y(lower ) with suitable limits ------------------------------------------------------------------ p2 ## find the area bounded between the curves y=x²+2 and y=3xfirst find the point of intersection of the two curves solving y = x
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