Posted by **janki** on Friday, April 20, 2012 at 8:29pm.

y=6-x y=x^2

Find the area of the region by

integrating with respect to x.

Find the area of the region by integrating with respect to y.

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i got the intersection pts to be(-3,9)and (2,4)....i then took the integral and found the answer to be 20.8333 for both parts...HOWEVER...its wrong! please help!

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