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area of an ellipse using integration
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area of an ellipse (x² /a²) + (y²/b²) =1 using integration

first solve the equation for y  in terms of x and trace a rough
curve, we will find the area of the portion in the first quadrant
and multiply it by 4, for integration use the substitution
 x = a cos(theta)


area of an ellipse using integration

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