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## Main Question or Discussion Point

The title space is too short for what I want to ask, so here it is.

When determining the area bounded between two functions/curves, you have to know which is the upper curve and which is the lower curve to solve the problem.

Currently I only know how to do it by graphing, but I was wondering if there's another way to do it that's shorter.

When determining the area bounded between two functions/curves, you have to know which is the upper curve and which is the lower curve to solve the problem.

Currently I only know how to do it by graphing, but I was wondering if there's another way to do it that's shorter.