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Try graphing.

i did but i don't know how to calculate it

Take the definite integral of one and subtract out the definite integral of the other.

HINT: Area under curve, Integration.

We integrate using the limits.

Nathan is your Mr Analysis, he might help you :D

LOL the i like the sarcasm fool for math

Hey vitus, long time :D

i mean do you have have to split it some how and then integrate

Graphing is a good quick way to learn the limits of integration and which equation is larger.

fine the points of interception, those will be your bounds of integration.

http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=area+between+y%3Dx%5E2+-2x+-3++and+y+%3D3x-3

thats how the graph looks like, how do i account for the are under the graph

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OHHHH is that it!!!! LOL SORRY, didn't know why i couldn't see that.

thanks =]