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1. I'm trying to find the shaded area enclosed by y = lnx, y =1, y=3 and the y-axis

I'd prefer the method by the way, I'd like to get the answer myself, otherwise I won't understand, thanks
2. You want to turn this into some sort of integral wrt y. At the moment you have a function of x.

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3. (Original post by PindropSilence)
I'm trying to find the shaded area enclosed by y = lnx, y =1, y=3 and the y-axis

I'd prefer the method by the way, I'd like to get the answer myself, otherwise I won't understand, thanks
First things first. Sketch the three lines so you know what your looking for. Then you should see an integral forming between two limits.
4. (Original post by The Muon)
First things first. Sketch the three lines so you know what your looking for. Then you should see an integral forming between two limits.
Ohh yes,

Thanks guys, = e^3-e... or e(e^2-1)

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