calculus

Calculate the area between curves y=e^x and y=-e^x on the interval [0,1]

asked by Kieran
  1. what's the problem? e^x is about the simplest thing to integrate

    integral[0,1] e^x - (-e^x) dx
    = 2e^x [0,1]
    = 2(e-1)

    posted by Steve
  2. that is how I worked it out as well but I did not know if it was that simple I find ways of making simple things hard sometimes thanks for the help

    posted by Kieran

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