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; Area[Point A, Point B, Point C, ...]: Calculates the area of the polygon defined by the given points A, B, C,…
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; Area[Point A, Point B, Point C, ...]: Calculates the area of the polygon defined by the given points ''A, B, C,''
; Area[Conic c]: Calculates the area of a conic section c (circle or ellipse).
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; Area[Conic c]: Calculates the area of a conic section ''c'' (circle or ellipse).
  
 
<div class="note">'''Note:'''  
 
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* In order to calculate the area between two function graphs, you need to use the command [[Integral Command|Integral[]]].
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* In order to calculate the area between two function graphs, you need to use the command [[Integral Command|Integral]].
* Also see tool [[Area Tool|Area]]</div>
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* Also see tool [[Area Tool|Area]].</div>

Revision as of 06:07, 19 October 2009

Area[Point A, Point B, Point C, ...]
Calculates the area of the polygon defined by the given points A, B, C,
Area[Conic c]
Calculates the area of a conic section c (circle or ellipse).
Note:
  • In order to calculate the area between two function graphs, you need to use the command Integral.
  • Also see tool Area.
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