Expanding our use of the First Fundemental Theorem of Calculus, we use definite integration to find the Area between two curves. Please read note about the final example.
Area Between Two Curves Non-Intersecting 23:12
Area Between Two Intersecting Curves 27:52
Using Your Calculator to find Intersection Points and Area Under a Curve 34:59
Area Between Two Intersecting Curves with Horizontal Rectangles 39:58
Area Bound by Two Odd Trigonometric Functions 48:25 NOTE: I mis-copied a sign on the 5th line of work and wrote (-cos(pi/4)-cos(0)) when it should be (-cos(pi/4)-(-cos(0))) The next line of work is correct as well as the final answer.
I would like to send out a HUGE THANK YOU to my YouTube student Jigyasa Nigam that did the Closed Captioning of this lesson for me. Your support and help is greatly appreciated:D Find free review test, useful notes and more at http://www.mathplane.com
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