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    Question Limits: Graphs & Finding Areas Of A region.

    i really do understand limits, but once it comes to finding the area of a shaded region of a graph, i get lost.

    for example:
    f(x) = 9 - x^2

    the shaded region is the exact left part of the parabola, from x=0 and x=3

    i try to understand the book, but it loses me even faster...any tips in solving this?

    thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by >_<SHY_GUY>_< View Post
    i really do understand limits, but once it comes to finding the area of a shaded region of a graph, i get lost.

    for example:
    f(x) = 9 - x^2

    the shaded region is the exact left part of the parabola, from x=0 and x=3

    i try to understand the book, but it loses me even faster...any tips in solving this?

    thanks
    I hope that you will understand this

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    all i remember is that my teacher mentioned derivitives...after that i couldnt keep up...
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