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Not really sure if this thread belongs here but I am supposed to figure out the radius of gyration, section modulus, and Q values at the neutral axis for this symmetric wing cross section. The only problem is that I am not even really sure how to find the area of the cross section. i know that it'll be ∫(f(x)-g(x)) dx from 0-1 (pretty much the only hint that we are given is that the cross section can "fit perfectly in a 1in x 1in box) but how i even find f(x) and g(x) is beyond me.