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# The area of the region that consists of all points (x,y)

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The area of the region that consists of all points (x,y) such that |y|< sqrt(q^3-x^2), x>0, and y-x>0 is W. What is q in terms of W?
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16 Aug 2006, 15:45
As in the previous question, in this case also does the right hand side refers to the +ve root?

If so, then we can square the sides and the equation gives the area enclosed by a circle with center 0,0 and radius q^(3/2)

if the right hand side is negative, the above does not hold.
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17 Aug 2006, 04:31
(1/8)*pi*q^3 = W
or w = (8w/pi)^(1/3)

Whats the OA
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