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# Chapter71-3.pdf Math 1411

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Find the area between two graphs
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Calculus I
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Francisco Avila
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Date Created: 03/13/16
Chapter 7.1 – 3: 2 Find the area between the graphs of the two functions y1 x  43 and yx2 x  23 Solution: Graph the functions first. y 5 4 y 2 A 3 2 y1 1 x -2 -1 1 2 3 4 5 B -1 -2 Let’s find the limits of integration first by finding the coordinates of the points at A and B. xx 43x x 23 2 2xx x  0, 3 The height of a representative rectangle is 2 1 and the area of a representative rectangle isd , where dx represents the infinitely small 2 1 width of the rectangle. The area of the region is the sum of an infinite number of these rectangles from x  0 to x  3 . This can be represented symbolically as follows: 3 3 2 1dx  2 2x3 4 3 x dx 0 0 3   2 3   xdx x232   9 | 0   3 0

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