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A= (-1,0) B =(5,0)

for b:

{x^3/3 - 2x^2 -5x} between 5 and -1

i subbed in 5 and subtracted the value i got from subbing in -1 but i got -36

(125/3 - 50 -25) - (-1/3 -2 +5)

what went wrong??

YEEEEEET Jan 8, 2019

#1**+3 **

If you want a positive area Start with the value of -1 and subtract the value of 5 =36 (or just take the absolute value of your result)

Note: Areas UNDER the x- axis are generally given a negative sign (so you got it correct)

ElectricPavlov Jan 8, 2019

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Jan 8, 2019

edited by Guest Jan 8, 2019

edited by Guest Jan 8, 2019