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    Circle equation

    on the drawing.. eq1, eq2 and eq3 are line equations
    and the circle.. has a circle equation.

    how can I use integration to find the area bounded by eq1, eq2, eq3 and the circle(solid line) ?


    Circle equation-circle.jpg

    Thanks
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    You need to divide the interval of integration.

    First you need to find the intersection points between the circle and the equations.
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