Your graph is missing the bottom half of the parabola. When you draw that, you should have a region to integrate. I think the variable of integration can be either x or y; you get a single integral either way.
- Hollywood
Sketch and find the area of the region bounded by the given curves. Choose the variable of integration so that the area is written as a single integral.
x = y^{2 x = 4 I am not sure where to start on this one.....If I could get some advice on how to graph this, that would be a great start. I have attached my attempt at graphing this. }
Thanks in advance!
Your graph is missing the bottom half of the parabola. When you draw that, you should have a region to integrate. I think the variable of integration can be either x or y; you get a single integral either way.
- Hollywood
Yes it does.
But I did not do the actual calculations. Here they are.