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**tonio** Nothing's missing: the normal to a point on the graph of a function is a straightline through that point which perpendicular to the tangent to the function on that point, so you must:

1) derivate your function

2) find what the slope of a NORMAL to any point of the graph is

3) make this slope equal to the given line's slope (so that they'll be parallel)

4) solve and find out what x is, and then substitute in the function and find out what the y-coordinate is.

The answer is (D)

Tonio