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we given f(x)=x^(2)-3x+2" and "g(x)=x-1we have to find the area af the region bounded by the curve f(x) and g(x).{:[" required area "A=int_(0)^(1)(x^(2)-3x+2-x+1)dx+],[A=int ... See the full answer