need help with it so if anyone here knows, id be grateful for any. the question is: Find the area between the curve y=6+x-x^2 and the x axis.(no diagram by the way) i dont even know where to start
need help with it so if anyone here knows, id be grateful for any. the question is: Find the area between the curve y=6+x-x^2 and the x axis.(no diagram by the way) i dont even know where to start
The curve intersects the $\displaystyle x$ axis in $\displaystyle x=-2,\,x=3,$ hence, we integrate according to $\displaystyle -2\le x\le3,$ besides, $\displaystyle f>0$ on $\displaystyle [-2,3]$ and the integral $\displaystyle \int_{-2}^3(6+x-x^2)\,dx$ yields the expected area.