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Suppose two curves u(x) and v(x) meet at points with abscissa x 1 an x 2 . Then the area enclosed between the curves is according as u(x) > v(x) or u(x) 1 , x 2 ]. Let t(x) = u(x) – v(x) where u(x) = sin 6 2px and v(x) = Inx. The area enclosed by u(x) and v(x) is given by (A) (B) (C) (D) where x 0 , x 1 , x 2 , …., x n+1 are roots of u(x) = v(x) in increasing order.

Suppose two curves u(x) and v(x) meet at points with abscissa x1 an x2. Then the area enclosed between the curves is  according as u(x) > v(x) or u(x) < v(x)  x Î [x1, x2].


Let t(x) = u(x) – v(x) where u(x) = sin62px and v(x) = Inx.


    The area enclosed by u(x) and v(x) is given by


            (A)                         (B)      


            (C)                          (D)      


 


            where x0, x1, x2, …., xn+1 are roots of u(x) = v(x) in increasing order.

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Saurabh Koranglekar
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one year ago
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one year ago
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