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ConstantsPart AConsider the function g(z) 52 - 18a 35. Find thearea under the curve g(x) from x =-1 to x = 15 and thensubtract from it the area under the same curve g(z) from x1 to r1. What is the difference?Express your answer to 3 significant figures.

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Constants
Part A
Consider the function g(z) 52 - 18a 35. Find the
area under the curve g(x) from x =-1 to x = 15 and then
subtract from it the area under the same curve g(z) from x
1 to r1. What is the difference?
Express your answer to 3 significant figures.
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Constants Part A Consider the function g(z) 52 - 18a 35. Find the area under the curve g(x) from x =-1 to x = 15 and then subtract from it the area under the same curve g(z) from x 1 to r1. What is the difference? Express your answer to 3 significant figures.

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Step 1

The function is gIx) = 5x- 18x + 35.

The area under the curve g(x) from x = –1 and x = 15 as follows.

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Step 2

On further simplification,

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Step 3

The area under the curve g(x) from x = –1 ...

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