calculus 1
posted by martin .
find the total area between the curve ( y= 4x to the second power) and the xaxis over the interval [3,7]

Very similar to your other question.
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1290197525
This time you have to do it in 3 parts,
form 3 to 2, then from 2 to +2, and finally from 2 to 7
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