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    Could someone talk me through this, thanks.
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    I haven't done circles in a while but I would find the equation of the circle. To do that, calculate the distance between A and B using the distance formula.
    √(x2 - x1)² + (y2 - y1)². Now you have the diameter, determine the radius. After that, you can find the eq. of the circle of the form:
    (x - a)² + (y - b)² = r² where r is the radius, and a and b are the components of one of the coordinates. Now you have the equation, you can sub in y = 0 and solve for x, now you have p. You should have two values of p, one negative and one positive (should be clear from the graph).
 
 
 
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