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# HOW DO YOU SEE IT? Complete the double integrals so that each one represents the area of the region R (see figure).(a) A r e a = ∫ ∫ d x   d y (b) A r e a = ∫ ∫ d y   d x (a)

To determine

The complete double integral for the expression Area=dx dy such that it represents the area of the region R shown below in the figure as, Explanation

Given Information:

The provided expression is Area=dx dy and the graph of the region R is shown below in the figure as,

Consider the expression Area=dx dy

By observation of the provided graph, it is observed that the region R is bounded on the left by the equation y=x and on the right by the line y=x2.

So, on solving for y in the equation y=x the bounds for x would be y2x2y, which implies that it is the inner limit of integration

(b)

To determine

The complete double integral for the expression Area= dydx such that it represents the area of the region R shown below in the figure as, ### Still sussing out bartleby?

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