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I'm stuck on part c and I don't understand what the question is asking me to do.
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If point A lies on both of these curves, then they must intersect so make the two equations equal to each other and solve
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But how do I solve them?
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I could be wrong btw, I'm out of practice for C1 but for a (i) and (ii) I'd make them equal to each other, cancel out the y's so
x(4-x)=x2(7-x)
expand and simplify
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(Original post by selenerrr__x)
If point A lies on both of these curves, then they must intersect so make the two equations equal to each other and solve
I still don't understand how to do this

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