Finding the Area of a Region In Exercises 41-46, find the area of the region bounded by the graphs of the equations.
To calculate: The area of the region formed between the curves and .
The two curves and .
The following integration formula holds:
The provided expression has 2 roots as 0 and 4.
Between the two roots, the function has a positive value. This can be checked using a test value of 2.
This implies that between 0 and 4, the curve would lie above the x-axis or the line
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