how do i find the area between f(x)= x^2+1 and g(x)= 11-x^2

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how do i find the area between f(x)= x^2+1 and g(x)= 11-x^2

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\[\int\limits_{a}^{b}(g(x) - f(x)) dx\]
you need to have bounds; if the two cross paths you can use that, but an interval is usually stated.
i found the bounds to be -sqrt(5) and sqrt(5) but when i put them into the integral equation, i get some crazy number that isn't right...

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Did you integrate yet?
right now i have [(1/3)x^3+x]-[11x-(1/3)x^3] for the two integrals
only do half of it; then double your answer
what am i doing half of?
instead of integrating from -sqrt(5) to sqrt(5), integrate from 0 to sqrt(5) and then double your answer this is due to symmetry of parabolas
you have already done the integration just evaluate at sqrt(5) into what you posted above
okay, thank you =)
your welcome

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