Calculus
posted by Monica .
Hi, I need someone to double check my answer because it doesn't seem right to me.
Find the centroid of the region bounded by y=0 and y = x^2 2x.
I calculated the area to be 4/3
and centroid (1, 0.4)... is that correct? Thanks in advance!

For 0<x<2, y<0.
Correct answer is (1,0.4)
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