Posted by **AIRA** on Thursday, April 7, 2011 at 2:55am.

Region A that on xy-plane is bounded by two (2) curves and a line. The curves are y=x^3-2x+3 and y=-x^2+3 while the line is x=0. It is located in the first quadrant of xy-plane. Determine the area of region A.

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