# A Treatise on the Integral Calculus with Applications, Examples and Problems

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a2+y2/42= 1 is drvided (1) by the straight \iney = c ; (2) by the two straight lines y = c, x = d, supposed to cut within the ellipse. 5. Trace the curve .r2y2 = a2(//2 a .r2 ), and find the whole area included between the curve and its asymptotes.

 Title : A Treatise on the Integral Calculus with Applications, Examples and Problems Author : Joseph Edwards Publisher : - 1930

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