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Area between Curves

The area between two curves is the integral of the absolute value of their difference. Wolfram|Alpha can calculate the areas of enclosed regions, bounded regions between intersecting points or regions between specified bounds. In addition to using integrals to calculate the value of the area, Wolfram|Alpha also plots the curves with the area in question shaded.

Area between Curves

Compute the area between curves or the area of an enclosed shape.

Compute the area bounded by two curves:

Specify limits on a variable:

Compute the area enclosed by a curve:

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