Given a function \(f(x)\), you are told that \[\int_0^1 3f(x)\,dx+\int_1^2 2f(x)\,dx=7,\] \[\int_0^2 f(x)\,dx+\int_1^2 f(x) \,dx=1.\] It follows that \(\int_0^2 f(x) \,dx\) equals

\(-1\),

\(0\),

\(\dfrac{1}{2}\),

\(2\).

Given a function \(f(x)\), you are told that \[\int_0^1 3f(x)\,dx+\int_1^2 2f(x)\,dx=7,\] \[\int_0^2 f(x)\,dx+\int_1^2 f(x) \,dx=1.\] It follows that \(\int_0^2 f(x) \,dx\) equals

\(-1\),

\(0\),

\(\dfrac{1}{2}\),

\(2\).