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    Re: Prove algebraically- the values of k that do no intersect the circle

    Hi studenthelp10,
    Try this
    1. graph the circle and the tangents to it from (0,7)
    2. determine the angle which describes k the slope of tangents plus and minus
    3. calculate k. all values of absolute slope (+,-) produce lines thatdo not intersect the circle slopes less than k
    Last edited by bjhopper; April 16th 2012 at 10:52 AM. Reason: missing words
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