# SOLUTION: This is not really a geometry question but it does pertain to areas. what is the area between the two curves y=-4x+3 and y=x^2 +6 I am so stuck on this.I worked out the points of

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Surface-area Question 336582: This is not really a geometry question but it does pertain to areas. what is the area between the two curves y=-4x+3 and y=x^2 +6 I am so stuck on this.I worked out the points of intersection to be x=-1 and x= -3 could someone please help and show working if possible thankyou.Answer by Fombitz(13828)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! . . . Integrate from x=-3 to x=-1 the difference function, Integrate to get, evaluated between x=-3 and x=-1.