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James Stewart

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9781285740621

Chapter 13.2, Problem 34E

Textbook Problem

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At what point do the curves

To determine

**To Find:**

The point of intersection and the angle of intersection.

**1) Concept:**

Use the method of solving simultaneous equations to find point of intersection and then use formula to find angle at point of intersection for vectors

**2) Given:**

**3) Formula:**

**4) Calculation:**

To find the point of intersection, equate

Therefore,

Solve these equations simultaneously,

Substitute the value of

Therefore,

After simplifying,

Now, from first equation,

Therefore,

Substituting values of

Therefore, point of intersection is

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