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the question goes as follows:

y = x^2, y=1/x, y=4 for the first quadrant.

This may be a dumb question but how do I figure out the points at which these three intersect? Do I first set the first two equal to each other and then set the resulting equation equal to 4? Thanks!

-heather

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# Homework Help: The Area Between 3 Curves?

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