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Unformatted text preview: = , 2 4 Example 3 : Determine the area of the region bounded by 5 and 2 , 16 4 , 10 2 2 == + = + = x x x y x y 5 Sometimes it is easier to integrate with respect to y than with respect to x to find the area between two curves. Example 4 : Determine the area of the region bounded by ( 29 2 2 2 and 10= += y x y x 6 Example 5 : An epidemic was spreading such that t weeks after its outbreak it had infected 2 1 ( ) 0.1 0.5 150 N t t t = + + , 0 50 t g people. Twentyfive weeks after the outbreak, a vaccine was developed and administered to the public. At that point, the number of people infected was governed by the model 2 2 ( ) 0.2 6 200 N t t t = + + . Approximate the number of people that the vaccine prevented from becoming ill during the epidemic. 7...
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course MAT 111 taught by Professor Fan during the Spring '08 term at Union.
 Spring '08
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 Calculus

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