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The area represented under the curve is a triangle (up to t = 2 hours) plus a rectangle. How do you find the sum of that area?

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If that is less than 1000, subtract if from 1000. How wide must the second rectangle be so that its area is that difference?

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Surely it's a trapezium and a rectangle...

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