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    1. true or false
    the area of the region by y=x, y=1/x, x=2 is 3/2-ln(2)

    2. find the area of the region bounded by
    y=-x^2+6x
    y=-x+6

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    true or false
    the area of the region by
    y=x, y=1/x, x=2 is 3/2-ln(2)

    y = x and y = 1/x intersects at x = 1.
    The area of the region R is

    and find the area of the region bounded by
    y=-x^2+6x
    y=-x+6

    first find the intersection of the two curves

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