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Some thing doesn't seem right. Check and write question word for word. Why is there two y's?

All the info is correctly listed. I'm still stumped on it.

What is the area of the triangle bounded by the lines x = 1, y = x − 1, and y = 3 − x ?

OK, I get it. These are graphs of lines, not actual measurements.

Yes - they form a triangle when graphed. I need to find the area of that triangle.

so would the answer be 2? do I stop there?

why just those 2 only?

the 3rd one really bumped me off the train lol

Alright, I worked it out and got (4) for the area of the triangle bounded by the lines

were you able to work up a quick answer to compare?

I haven't done it but if you tell me what you did, I can check.

I found the other 2 corners of the triangle and added/subtracted them together and got (4).

I think I mixed up what I"m supposed to do

I found all the points - where do I go from there exactly? I appreciate the help.

This is a simple enough graph that you could plot by hand to get the distances.

I just graphed it - just by looking at it, I see the area being a 1x1 box

well 2 triangles

so the area is = 1

I did that - I cut the triangle in half and made a box and just counted the units

My points for the triangle are: (1,1) - (2,1) - (1,2)

don't mind the "-", I Just used those to space them out

(1/2)(2) x (1) = 1

Can we conclude that 1 is the answer?

Calc