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Let A={(x,y)x^2+y^2 0} then the area of the region A inter section B is?

Let A={(x,y)x^2+y^2<=100} and B={(x,y)sin(x+y)>0} then the area of the region A inter section B is?

Grade:12th Pass

1 Answers

Aman Bansal
592 Points
10 years ago

Dear Shakeel,

Region covered by A is that of a circular region with radius equal to 10 units.

Similarly plot the graph of sin (x+y) >0

10 radians is less than 4* pi,

Thus we get four critical points and thus we can calculate the area.

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