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display SSRS reports in Sharepoint 2010

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we are in the process of creating reports using SQL Server 2008 and publishing them to our reporting services server.
Now the management team wants the reports to be displayed on SharePoint 2010. so basically create a page on SP wherein i can pull reports from various areas on one page.

how do i go about doing this.
I know i can use the page viewer webpart - by giving the url it will pull up the report but that will get the reporting services web page.
I just want to be able to bring in only the report to sharepoint.
On the other hand, we should be also publishing our reports to the reporting services server too.
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