the curve with the equation y=e^x/2 meets the y axis at point A(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

a)Find the equation of tangent

This is easy as pie..I have got the equation as 2y=x+1

b)The point B has the x co-ordinate ln4 and lies on the curve.The normal at B to the curve meets the tangent at A to the curve at the point C.

provr that x co ordinate of C is 3/2+ ln 2 and find the y co ordinate of C

>>>>This question is really killing me ...Any help would really be appriciated

c)Find in terms of e,the area of the finite region bounded by the curve with the equation y=1/2 e^x,the co ordinate axis and the line with the equation x+2=0

>>>>this looks easy..just gimme some hint please

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