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James Stewart

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781285740621

Chapter 13.2, Problem 33E

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The curves

To determine

**To Find:**

The angle of intersection

**1) Concept:**

Use formula for angle between two vectors

**2) Formula:**

**3) Given:**

**4) Calculation:**

To find the angle of intersection,

First find the point of intersection by equating

Therefore,

All three equations are satisfied by the point

Therefore,

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