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    Piecewise functions and Integrals

    I am not sure what my limits of integration should be? Can anyone help me set this problems up.
    It gives f(x) as a piecewise function where f(x) = x when x is less than or equal to 1 and (-x+2) when x is greater than one. I am suppose to put the answer in the form of a piecewise function only of F(x).

    I can integrate x and (-x+2) however Im not sure what my limits of integration should be to solve this problem.

    Here is the the page with the exact problem just in case I didn't make any since.
    http://webwork.math.uwyo.edu/UWCalcI...cIIapplet1.pdf

    Thanks to anyone who can help
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