HOW TO FIND COMMON AREA OF TWO PARABOLAS ,AREA UNDER TWO PARABOLAS , AREA UNDER CURVES

How to find common area of two parabolas  , Area under two parabolas , Area of region bounded by two parabolas .


Let us consider two parabolas whose equations are given by
y2 =  4ax  --------------  (1)
x2 =  4ay ----------------  (2)


To check whether these parabolas intersect with each others or not And if they intersect then what is/are their point/s of intersection.

How to find Points of Intersection

To find coordinate of points of intersection ,we have to solve equation (1) and (2)

Consider   eq (2) 
 x2 =  4ay 
⇒ y  x2 /4a   ---------------(3)

Putting the value of "y" in equation  (1) ,we get


HOW TO FIND COMMON AREA OF TWO PARABOLAS
Area under Curves
(x2 /4a)2 =  4ax


     x4/16a2 =  4ax

⇒    x4=  64xa3
    x464xa3= 0

Taking 'x' common 

x(x364a3) = 0
Either  x = 0    or x364a3 = 0
⇒ x = 0    or    (x)3(4a)3 = 0 
⇒ x = 0    or    (x)3(4a)3 = 0 

⇒ x = 0    or    (x-4a)[ (x)2(4a)2 + (x)(4a)]   = 0 

⇒ x = 0    or    (x-4a) =  0  or  [ (x)2(4a)2 + (x)(4a)]   = 0 
⇒ x = 0    or    x =  4a  or   (x)2(4a)2 + (x)(4a)   = 0 

Since   x2+ 4a.x + 16a2   = 0   have no real  roots ,because its discriminant is negative, therefore this quadratic equation have complex roots. And these roots are rejected .

To find values of y

Now putting both  values of  "x"  in eq (3) i. e .  x2 /4a   ,we get
1st  put x = 0 
y = 0 / 4a = 0         when x = 0 then y = 0
and put x = 4 
y =  (4a)2 /(4a)
y =  4a                    ⇒ when x = 4a then y = 4a

Hence two points of intersection of (1) and (2)   O(0,0) and A (4a , 4a) .
Now draw two parabolas using their points of intersections as drawn in given picture.

How to Find Required Area

Now to find the area enclosed between two Parabolas.
Required Area = shaded Area =Area OLAMO - Area ONAMO

HOW TO FIND COMMON AREA OF TWO PARABOLAS

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HOW TO FIND SAMPLE SPACE FOR TOSSING OF FIVE COINS

Let us discuss the coin toss probability formula, sample space of tossing 1 coin , sample space of tossing 2 coins , sample space of tossing 5 coins , How to make a tree diagram.

To find the sample space for tossing of one  coin

HOW TO FIND SAMPLE SPACE FOR TOSSING OF one COIN


we know that there are two outcomes in tossing of coin . Out of two outcome one is H and second is T.
So  Put H and T in sample space 'S'
S = {H , T}

To find the sample space for tossing of two coins

HOW TO FIND SAMPLE SPACE FOR TOSSING OF two COINS1st put  22   = 4  elements in a set of sample space,

1st character of 1st two elements must be H and 1st character of last two elements must be T .
2nd character of all the  elements must be H and T alternatively


 S={ HH , HT , TH , TT}

To find the sample space for tossing of three coins


1    Put  23  = 8  elements in a set of sample space,
2    1st character of 1st four elements must be H and 1st character of last four elements must be T .
HOW TO FIND SAMPLE SPACE FOR TOSSING OF FOUR COINS
3   2nd character of 1st ,2nd ,5th and 6th  elements must be H and  2nd character of 3rd, 4th, 7th and 8th  elements must be T alternatively
4    Last character of all the  elements must be H and T alternatively.
Therefore sample  space  'S'  is given by

S = { HHH , HHT , HTH , HTT ,THH, THT , TTH , TTT  }



To find the sample space for tossing of Four coins

1    Put  24  = 16  elements in a set ,
2    1st character of 1st eight elements must be H and 1st character of last eight elements must be T.

3   2nd character of 1st four and 9th to 12th  elements must be H and  2nd character of 5th, 6th , 7th and 8th and last four elements must be T alternatively.
4  3rd character for 1st , 2nd , 5th , 6th , 9th , 10th , 13th and 14th elements must be H and for remaining characters ( 3rd , 4th ,7th ,8th , 11th ,12th ,15th and 16th)  it must be T.
5    Last character of all the  elements must be H and T alternatively.

Hence sample space ' S' is given by 

S = { HHHH , HHHT , HHTH , HHTT , HTHH , HTHT , HTTH , HTTT , THHH , THHT , THTH , THTT , TTHH , TTHT , TTTH , TTTT }


To find the sample space for tossing of Five Coins

1    Put  25  = 32  elements in a set ,
2    1st character of 1st sixteen elements must be H and 1st character of last sixteen elements must be T.

3   2nd character of 1st eight and  17th to 24th  elements must be H and  2nd character of 9th to 16th and 25th to 32nd  elements must be T alternatively.

4  3rd character for 1st four , 9th to 12th , 17th to 20th , 25th to 28th elements must be H , And  3rd character for 5th to 8th , 13th to 16th , 21st to 24th and 29th to 32nd elements  must be T.

5  4th character for 1st two ,5th and 6th ,9th and 10th , 13th and 14th , 17th and 18th, 21st and 22nd , 25th and 26th, 29th and 30th and 32nd must be H  And 3rd and 4th , 7th and 8th , 11th and 12th and 15th and 16th , 19th and 20th , 23rd and 24th , 27th and 28th , 31st and 32nd elements must be T.

6    Last character of all the  elements must be H and T alternatively.

Hence sample space ' S' is given by 


S = { HHHHH , HHHHT , HHHTH , HHHTT , HHTHH , HHTHT , HHTTH , HHTTT , HTHHH, HTHHT, HTHTH , HTHTT, HTTHH, HTTHT, HTTTH, HTTTT, THHHH , THHHT , THHTH , THHTT , THTHH , THTHT , THTTH , THTTT ,TTHHH , TTHHT, TTHTH , TTHTT, TTTHH, TTTHT , TTTTH , TTTTT }

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USING METHOD OF INTEGRATION ,HOW TO FIND AREA OF TRIANGLE BOUNDED BY THREE LINES

Using method of integration find the area of triangle,using the method of integration find the area of the region bounded by the lines,area of triangle by integration method 

Using Method of Integration , How to find the area of triangle bounded by three lines 

2x + y = 0 , 3x - 2y = 6  and x - 3y  + 5 = 0

Solution


Given lines are
2x + y  = 4   --------  (1)
3x - 2y = 6  ---------  (2) and 
x - 3y  = -5  ---------  (3)


If these lines are intersecting then we have to find their coordinates of points of intersection .

To Find Coordinate of Point A

Multiply (1) by 2 and adding to (2) , we get
4x + 2y + 3x - 2y = 8 + 6
7x = 14 ⇒ x =2 
Putting x = 2 in (1) , we get 
USING METHOD OF INTEGRATION ,HOW TO FIND AREA OF TRIANGLE BOUNDED  BY THREE LINES
Area under Curve
2(2) + y = 4
4 + y = 4 ⇒ y = 0
∴ (1) and (2) meets at point A(2,0).


To Find Coordinate of Point B

To find point of intersection (2) and (3);
Multiply (3) by -3 and adding to (2) , we get
3x - 2y -3x +9y  = 6 +15 
7y = 21  ⇒ y = 3 

Putting y = 3 in (3) , we get 
x-3(3)  = -5  
⇒ x = -5 +9  ⇒ x = 4 
∴ (2) and (3) meets at point B(4,3).


To Find Coordinate of Point C

To find point of intersection (1) and (3);
Multiply (1) by 3 and adding to (3) , we get
6x + 3y + x - 3y = 12 - 5 
7x = 7  ⇒ x =1 

Putting x = 1 in (1) , we get 
2(1) + y  = 4  
⇒ y =4 - 2  ⇒ y = 2 
∴ (1) and (3) meets at point C(1,2).

we get points of intersection of (1) and (2)  A(2,0),  points of intersection of (2) and (3) B(4,3) and points of intersection of (1) and (3) C(1,2).


Required Area = Shaded Area   =  Area DCBED - Area DCAD -Area ABEA

How to find the area of triangle bounded by three lines


Also read my previous post  How to find area bounded by two circles 

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HOW TO SOLVE DETERMINANTS USING ELEMENTARY TRANSFORMATIONS


How to Prove Determinants using elementary transformations 

In this post we shall discuss Short trick of elementary transformation,Solving Determinants using elementary transformations,define elementary transformation, elementary transformation class 12, elementary row transformation questions.


By this method we have  to reduce maximum elements of specific Rows or column to zero, so that we can solve it easily
How to solve determinants using elementary operations

To solve the determinants using elementary transformations , Let us suppose L H S = △
How to solve determinants using elementary operations



As we can see that 'a' is common in 1st Row , 'b' is common in 2nd Row and 'c' is common in 3rd row ,
Therefore Taking a ,b ,c common from R1  R2  and  R3       respectively


How to solve determinants using elementary operations

If we add R1    to   R2  and   R1   to  R3   then we get zero in 1st column, so  Operating  R1  → R1   + R2   and    R3  → R1   + R3  
How to solve determinants using elementary operations
As we have received maximum possible  zero in 1st column Therefore Expanding along C1  

△= (-a)×[(0)-(2c×2b)]
△ = abc{-a(-4bc)}

 4a2b2c2 

Hence the proof


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PROBLEM

How to solve determinants using elementary operations

Proof:- Put L H S of determinant to Δ
How to solve determinants using elementary operations

Operating R1 ➡️xR1  , R2 ➡️ yR2 and R3➡️ zR3

How to solve determinants using elementary operations

Taking common xyz from C3

How to solve determinants using elementary operations
Operating  R2 ➡️ R1 - R2  and  R3 ➡️ R1 - R3

How to solve determinants using elementary operations

Expanding along  C1 



Δ = (xy2 )( xz3 ) - (xy3 )(xz2 )

Δ = (xy )(xy)(xz )( xz2  + xz ) - (xy )( xy2  + xy ) (x z )(x +z )

Δ = (xy )(xz )[(xy)( xz2  + xz ) -( xy2  + xy ) (x +z )]
HOW TO SOLVE DETERMINANTS USING ELEMENTARY TRANSFORMATIONS
Cancelling the same colour terms in the previous line ,then we have 
 Δ = (xy )(xz )[xz2   + yz2 - y2x - y2z  ]

Arranging  terms in Squared Bracket  in such a way that the term containing z2 must be at 1st and 3rd position and the term containing y2 must be at 2nd and 4th position .

Δ = (xy )(xz )[(yz2 - y2z) +( xz2  - y2x)]
Δ = (xy )(xz )[yz(z - y) + x(z2  - y2)]
Δ = (xy )(xz )[yz(z - y) + x(z - y)(zy)]
Δ = (xy )(xz )(z - y)[yz + x(zy)]
Δ = (xy )(xz )(z - y)[yz + xz+ xy]
Taking -1 common from (xz )(z - y) in previous line ,
Δ = (xy )(yz )(z - x)[yz + xz+ xy]

Hence the   proof

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HOW TO FIND AREA BOUNDED BY TWO CIRCLES , INTEGRATION OF AREA UNDER CURVE

HOW TO FIND AREA OF TWO CIRCLES INTERSECTING EACH OTHERS,

Here we are going to discuss how to find common area of two circles which are overlapping or intersecting at two points with the help of an example
 Let us consider two circles whose equations are  given below
x2 + y2 =  12                   .......................(1)
x - 1 )2 y2 12          .....................(2)


HOW TO FIND AREA  BOUNDED BY  TWO CIRCLES Let us draw these circles in coordinate planes, We can compare these equations with standard form of circle to find  the coordinate of  centre of both the circles are (0,0) and (1,0) respectively and radius of both the circles are 1.


If these two circles intersect with each other then we have to find their point/s of intersection.
To find points of intersection subtracting equation (1) from eq (2) , we get 

    X - 1 )2 Y2 - X2 Y=  12 - 1
⇒( X - 1 )2  - X2 =  0
 X 2  +1 2  - 2×(1)×(X) X2 =  0


⇒1 - 2X = 0
⇒ X = 1/2 ,
Now to find the values of y put the value of x in equation # 1
(1/2)2 Y=  12     
   Y1- (1/4) = 3/4

   Y = 土⇃(3/4)
Therefore two points of intersection are B(1/2 , ⇃(3/4)) , C ( (1/2 , -⇃(3/4))

To understand better the solution of  this problem watch this  video 

Required area = shaded  Area , 
we can divide shaded area into four equal parts , As each parts is symmetrical , Therefore to find shaded area  it is sufficient to find the area of any one of four part and then then multiply it with 4.

Hence  Required area = 4 area OBLO = 4 Area BALB
To avoid tedious calculations choose 2nd part to integrate
I= Required area = 4 Area BALB    ------------- (3)
HOW TO FIND AREA  BOUNDED BY  TWO CIRCLES
After simplification , we have



    ALSO READ        HOW TO INTEGRATE INTEGRAL WITH SQUARE ROOT IN NUMERATOR     

My previous post HOW TO FIND AREA OF THE CIRCLE  WHICH IS INTERIOR TO THE PARABOLA

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