Finding the Area of a Region In Exercises 37-42, use an iterated integral to find the area of the region bounded by the graphs of the equations.
To calculate: The area bounded by the graphs of the equation given.
The provided equation is .
Calculation: Take the equations into consideration. The points of intersection of these curves are . Now, draw the graph passing through these points. The region bounded by the graph of the equation is as follows:
The area of the required region is given by .
In this case, both curves pass through the origin, i.e., (0, 0).
Thus, it can be inferred that changes from 0 to 2 and changes from to within the bounded region
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