Question Solved1 Answer Find the area of the region that is bounded by the line f(x) = -x – 3 and the curve g(x) = -x2 – x + 6 over the interval [-4, -2]. = = Enter an exact answer.

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f(x)=-x-3g(x)=-x^(2)-x+6quad over interval [-4,-2]{:[" Area "=[int_(-4)^(-3)(-x-3)-(-x^(2)-x+6)+int_(-3)^(-2)(-x^(2)-x+6)-(-x-3)]dx],[=int_(-4)^(-3)(-x-3+x^(2)+x-6)dx+int_(-3)^(-2)(-x^(2)-xx+6+x+3)dx]:}=int_(-4)^(-3)[x^(2)-9]dx+int_( ... See the full answer