Having trouble doint this problem Consider the functions f(x)=x^2-19x+100 and g(x)=-x^2+19x+30. Find the area of the region between the two graphs. Any help would be appreciated.
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Nasty, but possible. Originally Posted by Sundevils Consider the functions f(x)=x^2-19x+100 and g(x)=-x^2+19x+30. Find the area of the region between the two graphs. Let's find where these curves intersect: So we need to integrate a certain function on the interval The thing is, that in such interval then the integral to compute is where
Originally Posted by Krizalid Nasty, but possible. Let's find where these curves intersect: So we need to integrate a certain function on the interval The thing is, that in such interval then the integral to compute is where I did the problem the same, but I had a different interval. Can you explain this part:
Originally Posted by angel.white I did the problem the same, but I had a different interval. Can you explain this part: Find the points where
Originally Posted by colby2152 Find the points where Oh, I did come out with the same answer, I just didn't simplify it as much, so it appeared different
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