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    Find the centroid of a two dimensional shape that is formed by the intersection of the lines:

    y = x-3

    and

    y = x^2

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    note: the evaluation of the different integrals require usage of "ugly" numbers such as (1+sqrt(13))/2 with different powers.

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    The solution shows how to evaluate the center of mass of a two dimensional shape using the standard integrals. Once integration limits are established, the solution demonstrates how to evaluate the different integrals.

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