given curves f(y)=y(2-y) f(y)=-y I graph the curves as y=x(2-y) and y=-x rotated 90 degrees clockwise. This is the setup for the the integral. A= integral [right-left] but When I solve I end up with a negative value
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Originally Posted by swatpup32 given curves f(y)=y(2-y) f(y)=-y I graph the curves as y=x(2-y) and y=-x rotated 90 degrees clockwise. This is the setup for the the integral. A= integral [right-left] but When I solve I end up with a negative value your limits of integration should be from 0 to 3 ... note the graph
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