## anonymous 5 years ago I'm asked to set up a definite integral of a graph of the shaded area. Here's the graph: http://i51.tinypic.com/spu2xf.jpg D: I already have an answer, I'm just not sure if I'm correct.

1. anonymous

Here's my answer: $\int\limits_{b}^{d} [f(x)-h(x)-g(x)]dx + \int\limits_{a}^{c} [f(x)-h(x)-g(x)]dx$ + $\int\limits_{e}^{c} [g(x)-f(x)-h(x)]dx + \int\limits_{d}^{a} [g(x)-h(x)]dx$ I'm not sure if I'm correct. Help?

2. anonymous

its not correct my friend but you are near to it... just try once more

3. anonymous

Thank you. I have a question though. Should I also declare the x-axis as a y=i(x)?

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