#### 8.3.18 domaine3

• domaine3( <f(x)>, <g(x)> ).
• Description: defines the part of the plane located between the curves Cf and Cg with $x$ in the interval [tMin,tMax], by searching the intersection points.

 \begin{texgraph}[name=domaines,export=pgf]   view(-5,5,-4,5),size(7.5),tMin:=-5,   Axes(-5,1+i,2+2*i), tMax:=-1, Width:=8,   Cartesienne(sin(x)), tMax:=5,   Cartesienne(2*cos(x)),tMin:=-3,tMax:=3,   Cartesienne(x^2), A:=-4.5+(Ymin+1.75)*i, Width:=4,   FillStyle:=full, FillOpacity:=0.5,FillColor:=green,   LabelStyle:=left, LabelSize:=footnotesize,   Dcarre(A+0.25*(-1+i), A+0.25*(1+i), -1),   Label(A+0.4,"domaine2 on $[-4\,;\, -1.5]$ "),   Inc(A,-0.75*i), FillColor:=blue,   Dcarre(A+0.25*(-1+i), A+0.25*(1+i),-1),   Label(A+0.4,"domaine3 between $2\cos(x)$ and $x^2$ "),   Inc(A,-0.75*i), FillColor:=red,   Dcarre(A+0.25*(-1+i), A+0.25*(1+i),-1),   Label(A+0.4,"domaine1 on $[1.1\,;\, 4]$"),   FillColor:=red, domaine1(2*cos(x), 1.1, 4),   FillColor:=green, domaine2(2*cos(x), sin(x),-4,-1.5),   FillColor:=blue, domaine3(2*cos(x),x^2),   Arrows:=2, tangente(2*cos(x),0.5,1.5)   \end{texgraph}

Example with domaine1, 2 and 3