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**TheMathTham** So, the graph is $\displaystyle y=4-x^{2}$ and it is to be looked at in the first quadrant. In order to find the total area,** I drew a line in the graph so that it would be separated into a triangle and a semi-circle.** using Area of a Circle formula (divided by 2 since its a semi-circle), I got 2pi. I added that to the Area of a triangle formula and got 10.283. Now, is there an equation I would use to find the vertical line that cuts the region into two smaller regions whose areas are equal?