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Hatching an area enclosed between lines and curves
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How do I hatch an area enclosed by lines and curves?
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Easiest method is using IntegralBetween[] (with evaluate = false).
https://wiki.geogebra.org/e...
Also you can try with Curve[] and Locus[]
I am sorry, my question did not spell my aim properly. I am interested in hatching area under an arbitrary curve which is not a function. For example area under the PV curve of an irreversible expansion path of ideal gas.
please, can you share an example. if you give me four or more curves I can do it.
I understand that "area under a curve" is limited by x=x0 x=x1 xAxis and curve with a unique point above each x; this last is a function in some way
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