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1. need help with part c) of this question
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2. Drop a perpendicular from point P to the x axis and mark this point say T.
Find the area of the triangle TQP which is a right angles triangle.
Then integrate to find the area under the parabola between (1, 0) and P.
3. (Original post by B_9710)
Drop a perpendicular from point P to the x axis and mark this point say T.
Find the area of the triangle TQP which is a right angles triangle.
Then integrate to find the area under the parabola between (1, 0) and P.
Is there any other possible way beside that?
4. (Original post by lil_jack)
Is there any other possible way beside that?
No, thats the way you're meant to do it.

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