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woleraymond
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find the area bounded by y = 1 + x the x axis and the curve y = x(x4)
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woleraymond Group Title
find the area bounded by y = 1 + x the x axis and the curve y = x(x4)
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@TuringTest any clues
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find the intersection of these two curves can you do that?
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woleraymond Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
1 + x = x(x4)
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yeah, solve it
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which give x^2  5x 1
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yea..after integrating how do i find the area
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you can't integrate until you know the bounds, which depend on the intersection points
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woleraymond Group TitleBest ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0
so i solve the equation get the 2 options of x and them integrate with upper and lower bounds
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