Posted by **Candice** on Tuesday, November 1, 2011 at 4:24am.

Find the area bounded by x^(2/3) and x= y^2 in the first quadrant.

(I've worked out the x intercepts to be 0 and 1 in the first quadrant, but how would I find the area?)

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