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# Integrals and Area under the Curve

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1) Consider the region bounded by the graph of the line x = 3, the x-axis, and the y-axis. Find the value of k to three decimal places such that the line x = k divides the region into two parts of equal area.
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2) Find the smallest positive value of p, rounded to three decimal places, that makes the following equation true:
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