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    Finding the area beneath a region

    Finding the area beneath a region given y=x^3+x , x=2 , y=0

    which are you limits? [0,2]? and for this?:

    y=3x^2+1, x=0 , x=2, y=0
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fausst View Post
    given y=x^3+x , x=2 , y=0

    which are you limits? [0,2]? and for this?:

    y=3x^2+1, x=0 , x=2, y=0
    Have you drawn a graph and shaded the required area?
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