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What is the total area between f(x)=−2x−6 and the x-axis over the interval [−8,4]?

Step 1

The area under a curve is the area between a curve f(x) and the x -axis is the interval [a,b] given by :

Step 2

f(x)=-2x-6.

a=-8 ,b=4.

Step 3

We now eliminate th...

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