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## Ac3 one year ago Find the area of the region between y=e^X; y=x^(2)+1;x=-1;x=1

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1. SolomonZelman

maybe y=x²-1 ? because with y=x²+1 u get two different regions

2. dumbcow

|dw:1437953821025:dw| from -1<x<0 , x^2+1 > e^x $Area = \int\limits_{-1}^0 (x^2 +1) - e^x$ from 0<x<1, e^x > x^2+1 $Area = \int\limits_0^1 e^x - (x^2 +1)$

3. SolomonZelman

dx's?

4. SolomonZelman

lol

5. SolomonZelman

Ac3, are you sure the question is precisely as you stated?

6. IrishBoy123

yeah!! if you don't put dx at the end, the magic doesn't work :p LOL

7. Ac3

yea i figured out thanks guys.

8. Ac3

its' from -1,1 by the way.

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