definite integral problem HELP.

I need an explanation for this Calculus question to help me study.

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For this discussion, you will work in groups to visualize the area under a curve using the online graphing tool Desmos. You will use the Desmos applet for a definite integral. To get started:

- First, review the Learn Desmos: Integrals video (desmos 1:51) (Links to an external site.) for a few pointers on using Desmos.
- Then, access the Definite Integral tool (Links to an external site.) from the Desmos site as a guest. You don’t need to create an account or sign in to the site.

Use the Definite Integral tool to explore the area under a curve. Complete the following.

- Replace the default equation with f ( x ) = 3x
^{5}– 2x^{3}. - First set the limits as a = 1 and b = 2 . You may need to zoom in or out to see the graph and the shaded region.
- Then, experiment with
*a*and*b*both being negative. - Then, let
*a*be negative and*b*be positive. Try using the slider and have*a*and*b*as decimals. - Take a screenshot of one of your cases (including the right column of input information and the graph with the shaded region) to post into the discussion.

Post **your step-by-step work** and a screenshot of one of your cases.