1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data determine the position of the centre of mass of a flat sheet of metal of homogeneous density rho. The sheet lies within the area bounded by the equations y=x^4 and y=5 2. Relevant equations integral centre mass 3. The attempt at a solution a slightly trivial question, i know how to set up the correct integral when finding the centre of mass below the function curve bound by an x=? but with the area above the curve in this manner im finding problems. Should i treat the graph on its side or change the graph form to fit in the other direction. or find the integrals below both functions and do a subtraction to find the positions?