Question Solved1 Answer Question Write the integral required to find the area of the region pictured below that is bounded by the curves (y) = 3V+3 ad v(x) = y + 3 when integrating with respect to y Do not evaluate the integral. 5 1 10 Provide your answer below: EFERAT MADAN

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Transcribed Image Text: Question Write the integral required to find the area of the region pictured below that is bounded by the curves (y) = 3V+3 ad v(x) = y + 3 when integrating with respect to y Do not evaluate the integral. 5 1 10 Provide your answer below: EFERAT MADAN
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Transcribed Image Text: Question Write the integral required to find the area of the region pictured below that is bounded by the curves (y) = 3V+3 ad v(x) = y + 3 when integrating with respect to y Do not evaluate the integral. 5 1 10 Provide your answer below: EFERAT MADAN
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Please refer the below image for solution.  Solutionu(y)=3sqrt(y+3),quad v(y)=y+3To find the integral for the required area, first we have to find the point of intersection bet ween the given curves u(y)=3sqrt(y+3), and v(y)=y+3:.3sqrt(y+3)=y+3Squaring we get, (3sqrt(y+3))^(2)=(y+3)^(2){:[9(y+3)=y^(2)+6y+9],[9y+27=y^(2)+6y+9],[:.y^(2)+6y-9y+9-27=0],[y^(2)-3y-18=0 ... See the full answer