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In XY plane, a certain line L1 has how many intersections with \(y = x^2 + 2\)?

a. Line L1 does not intersect the x axis
b. the point q(2,1) lies on line L1

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New post 07 Apr 2019, 06:44
IMO C

from statement 1

Line is parallel to x axis

but it may cut and may not cut the graph of given equation


from statement 2

point lies on the line but it alone can not prove anything


combine together ,

please draw the graph of parabola x^2=y-3 and then a line, parallel to x axis and passing through point 2,1

we see that there will be 0 intersection points


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saurabh9gupta wrote:
In XY plane, a certain line L1 has how many intersections with \(y = x^2 + 2\)?

a. Line L1 does not intersect the x axis
b. the point q(2,1) lies on line L1

Bunuel chetan2u - please post approach


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