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Homework Help: Integral Calculus

Posted by Akitsuke on Monday, September 15, 2008 at 10:45am.

Find the area lenght of the portion of the curve y=2x-x^2 with 0<=x<=2.

can you show me the solution and explain it deeper cause i don't know the concept.

thanks a lot.. :)

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