stne wrote:
GMATinsight wrote:
At how many points do the two graphs named as "First Graph" and "Second Graph" intersect?
1) The Equation of the first graph is x^2 + y^2 = 4
2) The second graph is a parabola with Y-Intercept -5
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http://www.GMATinsight.comHey GMATinsight,
Can we have the official solution to this one ?
After combining the two statements, here are two possibilities
Possibility 1: Circle with radius 2 and Green parabola with Y-intercept as -5 and the two graphs intersecting at 4 points
Possibility 2: Circle with radius 2 and Blue parabola with Y-intercept as -5 and the two graphs intersecting at 0 points
Hence no Unique answer about number of intersections.
NOT SUFFICIENT
Answer: option E
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