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# Integration help pls watch

1. Find the area bound by y=e^2x And x=2
2. What have you tried? Where are you stuck?
3. (Original post by old_engineer)
What have you tried? Where are you stuck?
Am I missing something? It seems the curve and line divide R^2 into 4 regions all of infinite area...
4. (Original post by DFranklin)
Am I missing something? It seems the curve and line divide R^2 into 4 regions all of infinite area...
I assume it's between the coordinate axes and the line x=2.
5. (Original post by DFranklin)
Am I missing something? It seems the curve and line divide R^2 into 4 regions all of infinite area...
I interpreted the problem as . I assumed the area was also bounded by the x-axis.
6. (Original post by I hate maths)
I interpreted the problem as . I assumed the area was also bounded by the x-axis.
That's what I guessed too.

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