Can someone help me with this Calculus question? I don't know where to start:
Find the area between the graph of f(x) = (x2 – 4) (x2 - 1) and the x axis. Note that one simple definite integral won’t do it, you will need to carefully determine where the function is positive and negative and integrate accordingly, perhaps using multiple steps.

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I am allowed to use the program "Wolfram Alpha" to answer this question, if that helps.

so you want to find the area enclosed by the function and the x-axis?

I think so. :)

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