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    finding area using curve integral

    using curve integral find the area on the positive y axes sides which is bounded by
    x^2+y^2=1
    2y=1-x^2
    ?
    \int_{c}Fdr
    what curve to choose here?
    how to choose F?
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    Re: finding area using curve integral

    Just find the area bounded by those two curves. Have you made a sketch? You should have something like a moon crescent.
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