To find A and B, set x^2 equal to x + 2 and solve for x.
For each, use the co-ordinate pair and the slope at that point (twice the x-value?) to find the tangent-line equation.
Then set both equations equal...
Find the coordinates of the point of intersection of the tangents to the graph of y=x^2 at the points at which it meets the line with the equation y=x+2
Answer of this question is = (1/2, -2)
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To find A and B, set x^2 equal to x + 2 and solve for x.
For each, use the co-ordinate pair and the slope at that point (twice the x-value?) to find the tangent-line equation.
Then set both equations equal...