I have attached the graph of the two equations, and I am suppose to find the area between them.
However I am not sure how to go about doing this, would it be the integral of the line minus the curve?
If so I keep getting the wrong answer.
Any help appreciated.
the equations are: \(\displaystyle y = 3 \) and \(\displaystyle y = \sqrt{x2} \) and they intersect at the point \(\displaystyle 3 = \sqrt{x2} \)
However I am not sure how to go about doing this, would it be the integral of the line minus the curve?
If so I keep getting the wrong answer.
Any help appreciated.
the equations are: \(\displaystyle y = 3 \) and \(\displaystyle y = \sqrt{x2} \) and they intersect at the point \(\displaystyle 3 = \sqrt{x2} \)
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