# Integrating to find an area of a region.

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Decide whether to integrate with respect to "X" and "Y", then find the area of the region. x+y^2=42, x+y=0.

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The solution shows in addition to the answer also why one integration route is better than the other.

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While standard method is to write y as a function of x and just integrate

int(f1-f2)

in this case if we ...

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