`x = y^4, y = sqrt(2 - x), y = 0` Sketch the region enclosed by the given curves and find its area.
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`x=y^4,y=sqrt(2-x), y=0`
Refer the attached image. `x=y^4` is plotted in red color and `y=sqrt(2-x)` is plotted in blue color.The curves intersect at...
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