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    Area bounded by two curves

    Find the area bounded by the two curves:


    How do I do this? I'm trying to figure out the point of intersection and the integrand.
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    Setting them equal and solving for y, I get y=\frac{1}{81}, \;\ y=\frac{1}{169}
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    That would be the point of intersection?
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    Yeah, I just set them equal and solved for y.
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    I just can't get this at all
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