Curve - y=x^2+1 Line - y=3x-1 Find the two points of intersection of the line and the curve. Calculate the area of the finite region bounded by the parabola and the line.
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1...y=-x^2-1

2...y=-3x+1

-3x+1=-x^2-1

x^2 -3x+1+1=0

x^2 -3x+2=0

x=1 or x=2
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