I could use some help with the setup on this one: The line intersects the curve in the first quadrant (see image). Find c such that area a is equal to area b. Thanks.
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where a and b are the intersection points of these to functions then solve Not 100% sure where it will lead but I think the logic is something to follow.
Originally Posted by pickslides where a and b are the intersection points of these to functions then solve Not 100% sure where it will lead but I think the logic is something to follow. It seems to lead to But you also know that EDIT: I probably shouldn't be using a and b for limits.
Originally Posted by Random Variable It seems to lead to But you also know that EDIT: I probably shouldn't be using a and b for limits. Either way, I get the idea. Thank you both.
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Originally Posted by Random Variable I get I got the same thing, . Thanks again.
Originally Posted by McScruffy I got the same thing, . Thanks again. I need to retake third grade math and relearn how to reduce a fraction.
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