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what is the area of the grafh represented by |x|+|y|=1

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3 years ago

Shailendra Kumar Sharma
188 Points
```								st, Draw graph.	For x>0, y>0, curve is x+y=1	For x>0, y	For xSo, area is (side)^2= 22. √	On plotting these four straight lines, you'll see the final curve is a square of side 	For x0, curve is -x+y=1
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3 years ago
Shailendra Kumar Sharma
188 Points
```							First, draw graph.For x>0, y>0, curve is x+y=1For xFor x>0, yFor x> On plotting graph, you'll see its a square of side 2^1/2 ie root2. So, area = side^2= 2.0, curve is -x+y=1
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3 years ago
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