# Thread: Can someone please help with the last part iii) I have completed part I and ii

2. ## Re: Can someone please help with the last part iii) I have completed part I and ii

Use the formula:

$A = \int^a_b f(x)-g(x)\, dx$

where $f(x)$ is the curve that is on top (otherwise your integral will be negative).

Since you drew the graph you should know that $y = -x^2 + 2$ will be on top.

"First quadrant bounded by these two curves and the y-axis" means your bounds will be 0 and the intersection point you found, which is 1.

3. ## Re: Can someone please help with the last part iii) I have completed part I and ii

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