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 April 14th, 2015, 06:21 AM #1 Senior Member   Joined: Sep 2013 From: Earth Posts: 827 Thanks: 36 Curve Curve A is defined as $\ln (x^2 + 4)$ Find the region bounded by curve A, positive X axis and Y axis. My attempts, I've drawn the function, split it into two parts and found out that it's the area between curve $\ln (x-2)$ , x axis and y axis. How do I integrate, using what limits? Thanks!! The answer is $4 \ln ( 2 + \surd 3) - 2 \surd 3$.
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 Find the region bounded by curve A, positive X axis and Y axis.
$y = \ln(x^2+4)$ increases w/o bound in quad I ... you sure the problem statement is correct?
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