1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Find the area bounded by the curves, y= √x, y= (5-x)/4, and y= (3x-8)/2 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution I found the intersection between each of the three curves to each other. Not sure what exactly the area bounded is. Is it the small triangular area underneath all three with (5,0) as one vertex, and (3,1/2) as another or? (3, 1/2) (16/9, -4/3) (1,1) ^These are what I think the three intersection points are. ∫((5-x)/4) - √x with b= 1 but I'm not sure what the lower limit is. I'm really stuck. Guidance please?