class 12

Math

Calculus

Application Of Integrals

Let $S$ be the area of the region enclosed by $y=e_{−x_{2}},y=0,x=0,andx=1.$ Then (a)$S≥e1 $ (b) $S≥1=e1 $(c)$S≤41 (1+e 1 )$ (d) $S≤2 1 +e 1 (1−2 1 )$

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