find the area between the curve Y = X^2 and the line y = x for 2/059 < X < 3.974

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find the area between the curve Y = X^2 and the line y = x for 2/059 < X < 3.974

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your limits need checking there is most likely an error
2.059 < x< 3.975, slight typo there. my bad
\[\int\limits_{2.059}^{3.975} (x^2 -x ) dx \]

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not hard, just strange numbers
yeha, its for a math quiz, the numbers keep changing
do you treat the x^2 and x as different equations then take the sum of X away from the sum of X^2?
its just an integral
Still totally lost as to how to do it

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