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how do you find the integral of the equation sqrt(36-.22x^2) between x=0 and x=9
The area under the curve is a mathematical concept that is used to calculate the total area between a function and the x-axis within a specified interval. It can be used to determine the total amount of a quantity, such as distance or volume, represented by the function.
The area under the curve is calculated by taking the integral of the function over the specified interval. In this case, the integral of sqrt(36-.22x^2) would be taken from the lower limit to the upper limit of the interval.
The variable x represents the independent variable in the function. It is the value that is input into the function to determine the corresponding output or y-value.
No, the area under the curve cannot be negative. The area under the curve is always a positive value, as it represents the total area between the function and the x-axis.
The square root in the function indicates that the function is a curve, rather than a straight line. It also affects the shape of the curve and how it changes with different values of x.