Hi everyone, please I need help with this problem. I am stuck. See below

Can someone please help with this problem: Approximate the points at which the graphs of

I used a graphing calculator to plot the graph and found the point of intersections to be

Thanks.

Can someone please help with this problem: Approximate the points at which the graphs of

**f(x) = 4x^2 − 1 and g(x) = (1 + 4x^2)^(−3/2)**intersect, and approximate the area (in units^2) between their graphs accurate to three decimal places.I used a graphing calculator to plot the graph and found the point of intersections to be

**approx x=0.6 and -0.6**. Then I found the antiderivative of**f(x) as (4x^3)/3 -x**. the antiderivative of**g(x) I found to be [-(1+4x^2)^(-1/2)]/4x**. I did not include +C because it's definite integral**from -0.6 to 0.6**. I subtracted the lower function f(x) from the upper function g(x)**i.e. g(x) - f(x) and got 0.065**but that was wrong. What else should I do? I need someone to help, please.Thanks.

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