Find an area of a region bounded by line y=(x)^1/2 and the line y=x^3 from x=0 to x=1

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Find an area of a region bounded by line y=(x)^1/2 and the line y=x^3 from x=0 to x=1

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first draw the figure...
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so do you know where to start

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by looking at the point of intersection..or you can solve it yourself
do u know integral calculus??
looks like\[\int\limits\sqrt{x}-x^{3} dx\] and the limit for it seems obv.
yep... its integral of the difference...
@DIKHUNELOG please stick around to respond to those who would try to help you. It is easiest to help you when you can articulate the exact difficulties you are having with the problem.

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