Class 12

Math

Calculus

Area

Let S be the area bounded by the curve $y=sinx(0≤x≤π)$ and the x-axis and T be the area bounded by the curves $y=sinx(0≤x≤2π ),y=acosx(0≤x≤2π ),$ and the x-axis $(wherea∈R_{+})$. The value of (3a) such that $S:T=1:31 $ is___.

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