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Math

Calculus

Application of Integrals

If the line $x=α$divides the area of region $R={(x,y)R_{2}:x_{3}≤x,0≤x≤1}$into equal parts, then: $2α_{4}−4α_{2}+1=0$ $α_{4}+4α_{2}−1=0$$0<α≤21 $ (d) $21 <α<1$

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