# For 916, write an integral equal to the area of the surface. Evaluate it exactly, using

## Problem 9 Chapter 8-6

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For 916, write an integral equal to the area of the surface. Evaluate it exactly, using the fundamental theorem. Find a decimal approximation for the exact area. y = , from x = 0 to x = 1, about the x-axis

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