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    Area under a curve [please confirm this]



    Can you tell me if this is right? Thanks for looking
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    A certain function must be integrated on [2,3]. One can check that f(x)\ge g(x) on that interval where f and g are respectively the functions.

    So the integral which gives the expected area is \int_{2}^{3}{\left( 5x-4-{{x}^{2}}-2 \right)\,dx}=\frac{1}{6}, which is the same answer you got.
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