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# Slopes of line

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05 Jun 2010, 12:39
Do lines y = a(x^2) + b and c(x^2) + d cross ?
1. a = -c
2. b = d

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05 Jun 2010, 13:06
msand wrote:
Do lines y = a(x^2) + b and c(x^2) + d cross ?
1. a = -c
2. b = d

Question was discussed at: m24-12-formatting-error-73363-20.html#p685397

By the way the question should state: "Do the graphs $$y=ax^2+b$$ and $$y=cx^2+d$$ cross?"
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# Slopes of line

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