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    Exclamation Intergration and anti differentiation tough question

    How do you make the area above a line enclosed by the curve equal to the area below a line enclosed by the curve.


    It is the same line running through the curve , x^3 - 14x^2 +59x - 70 , the line is mx -70, I need to find a value for m to make the area above the line enclosed by the curve equal to the area below the line enclosed by the curve
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    Re: Intergration and anti differentiation tough question

    This the same problem you posted as "a cubic formula and a line running through it", [b]twice[b]! Please do NOT post the same question more than once.
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