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#### Area of the region bounded by y=and y=2 is

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- 4 sq units
- 1 sq units
- 1/2 sq units
- 2 sq units

#### Answer:The correct answer is: 4 sq unitsArea

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So, (due to symmetry)

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And (due to symmetry)

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