find the area bounded by the curve y^2=2x+3 and y=x

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- July 31st 2007, 05:54 PMalderonintegral calculus
find the area bounded by the curve y^2=2x+3 and y=x

- July 31st 2007, 06:12 PMgalactus
Here's the graph. You should be able to find your limits from it.

- July 31st 2007, 06:34 PMSoroban
Hello, alderon!

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Find the area bounded by the curves: .

Equation is: .

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Substitute into : .

. . which factors: .

. . and has roots: .

The area is: .

Got it?

- August 1st 2007, 08:13 PMalderoni got it
thanks... now the solution is complete