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###### QuestionSet up the definite integral that gives the area bounded by the curves y-2x and y-x2J6 (x+2xldxJ"(x_2xldx(2x -xldx(xz 2x)dx"(2x- x?Jdx

Question Set up the definite integral that gives the area bounded by the curves y-2x and y-x2 J6 (x+2xldx J"(x_2xldx (2x -xldx (xz 2x)dx "(2x- x?Jdx

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