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(a) sketch the graph of the function, highlighting the part indicated by the given interval, (b) find a definite integral that represents the arc length of the curve over the indicated interval and observe that the integral cannot be evaluated with the techniques studied so far, and (c) use the integration capabilities of a graphing utility to approximate the arc length. x = e^(-y), 0 ≤ y ≤ 2

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1 of 4The graphs are sketched in GeoGebra.

$x=e^{-y}$

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1 of 6$\textrm{a) First, we will \textbf{plot} the function}$

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