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Give a geometric description (including a sketch) of the integral 0∫3 2x − 3x dx .

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    area between the lines y=2x and y=3x for 0<=x<=3.

    A long skinny triangle. Odd, though, that it's a negative area, because 2x < 3x in the interval.

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