The area (in square units) bounded by the curves y=x,2y−x+3=0, x-axis, and lying in the first quadrant is
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Find the area bounded by the curve x=⎩⎨⎧−2−y,y3,2−y,y<−1−1≤y≤1y>1 and x=0 is
Consider the two curves C1:y=1+cosxandC2:y=1+cos(x−α) for α∈(0,2π), where x∈[0,π]. Also the area of the figure bounded by the curves C1,C2,andx=0 is same as that of the figure bounded by C2,y=1,andx=π. The value of α is
The area bounded by the loop of the curve 4y2=x2(4−x2) is
The area bounded by the curve y=sin2x−2sinx and the x-axis, where x∈[0,2π], is
The area enclosed by the curve C:y=x9−x2(x≥0) and the x-axis is___.
Find the area of the region enclosed by y=−5x−x2andy=x on interval [−1,5]
Area of region bounded by the curve y=4+x24−x2,25y2=9xandy=53∣x∣−56 which contains (1, 0) point in its interior is
The area bounded by the graph of y=f(x),f(x)>0 on [0,a] and x-axis is 2a2+2asina+2πcosa then find the value of f(2π).