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    Solve Limit

    y=x^3-6x, y=-2x > I'm suppose to find the area of the region of this
    I got that it intersected at (-2,4), (0,0), & (2,-4)

    So I was trying to
    Solve limits -2 to 0 & -2 to 0

    I have that they both =8 just want to make sure I did the steps correctly
    Last edited by Tskate; November 28th 2007 at 04:13 PM.
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    I don't get very well the question, do you want to integrate those functions for x\in[-2,0]?
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