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Find the area between the curve y = cos(x) and the x-axis from x = 1 to x = 2 radians.

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so is the curve all above the x-axis from x=1 to x=2?
Let's think about this. 1 is in between pi/4 and pi/3 2 is less than pi |dw:1387146930400:dw| But from pi/4 to pi cos isn't always positive, is it?
In fact it switches from positive to zero when we get to pi/2

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you want to find the evaluate two integrals for this problem.
One will be from 1 to pi/2 the other will be from pi/2 to 2
take the absoluste value of the second integal because it will result in a negative number since it is all under the x-axis there
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Alright. I got it thanks :D

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