Hang on, do I even need to know the stationary points to find out the area? I've just drawn the graph and it looks like a "hill", a perfectly feasable graph that doesn't have any local minimums.
I've been asked to find the area under a graph of a function with limits
I've found just one solution (the other solution turned out impossible as it was outside the limits for arcos) for a stationary point which is a local maximum, so do I just use zero as a local minimum for to find the area?
Any help is appreciated.