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Find the area of the region between the curves y = X" and y^ = .
= x.
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Find the area of the region between the curves y = X" and y^ = . = x.

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Consider the given curve as y x andy .
Rewrite the function yx as y x.
Compute the intersection of the curve y x and y x by plotting the graph as shown
below
=x .
31
2+
y=x
yx
1+
(1)
2
(0,0)
From the above Figure, the vertical element dr is marked by dark shaded and area is
bounded from 0 to1
Z7777
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Consider the given curve as y x andy . Rewrite the function yx as y x. Compute the intersection of the curve y x and y x by plotting the graph as shown below =x . 31 2+ y=x yx 1+ (1) 2 (0,0) From the above Figure, the vertical element dr is marked by dark shaded and area is bounded from 0 to1 Z7777

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