# Given two functions, f1(x) = 2x and f2(x) = x2, explain what∫0^2 [f1(x)−f2(x)]dxrepresents and calculate this integral in the interval [0, 2]

Question

Given two functions, f1(x) = 2x and f2(x) = x2, explain what
∫0^2 [f1(x)−f2(x)]dx
represents and calculate this integral in the interval [0, 2]

Step 1

We have to calculate this definite integral which is given by

Step 2

As you are seeing the graph of 2x and x^2,  this definite integral &nbs...

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