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Homework Help: calculus II

Posted by Anonymous on Friday, November 23, 2012 at 3:03pm.

Suppose R is the region in the plane enclosed by y = x2 and y = 4.
a) Compute the perimeter P and area A of R, and then compute the ratio Q = A/P2.
Note By squaring the perimeter the ratio becomes independent of the units chosen to measure the region.
b) Compute this ratio Q = A/P 2 for these four regions: the region R, a square, a circle, and an equilateral triangle. Draw the figures in increasing order of Q.

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