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The area bounded by the curve y=logx between the x-axis & x=e is ?

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1.Area bounded by the curves xy square =a sqaure(a-x) and y- axis is ?

2.The staright line x+y =a will bea tangent to the ellipse (x sqaure)/9 + (y sqaure)  /16=1 if a = ?

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Using intergration find the area bounded by the triangle whose vertices are given by A (1,0), (2,2) and (3,1).

 

My doubt id that how do we get the equation in terms of 'y' so that we are easy to intergrate using: intergral of y dx 

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CBSE - XII Science - Mathematics - Applications of Integrals

Using intergration find the area bounded by the triangle whose vertices are given by A (1,0), (2,2) and (3,1).

 

My doubt id that how do we get the equation in terms of 'y' so that we are easy to intergrate using: intergral of y dx 

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what are  the  equations  of  line , circle and parabola ?

if  we  know  the equation of  circle , how to find the radius of circle  from it ??

 

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find the smaller of the two areas in which the circle x2+y2=2(a)square is divided by parabola y2=ax, a>0

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find the equation of the tangent to the curve x = sin 3t , y = cos 2t , at t = pi / 4

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The area of the ellipse x square /a square + y square/b square=1 is: a)pi ab b)ab c)pi a square b square d)None of these 2]The sum of 1/!2 - 1/!3 + 1/!4 - .......+ infinity is : a)e to the power -2 b)e to the power -1 c)e to the power -1/2 d)e to the power 1/2

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