Posted by **kchik** on Tuesday, December 11, 2012 at 12:50pm.

The line y+x=9 intersects the curve y=x^2-2x+3 at the points P and Q .

(a) Find the coordinates of P and Q .

(b) Sketch the line and the curve on the same set of axes.

(c) Calculate the area enclosed by the line and the curve.

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