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Jake Minneman

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I know this to be the definition of an integral in the form of

[tex]∫a to b f(x)dx=F(b)-F(a)[/tex]

But what if, however, there were another arbitrary function intersecting the function in the picture twice each with a curved nature. For example the function sin(x) is it possible buy using integration to calculate the area in between the two intersection points and the x-axis

Kind of a strange question, and its not very to the point ask questions if you do not understand my wording.