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    curves intersecting at the origin

    i have to show how many times the curves intersect at the origin

    y^4 = x^ 3 and x^2y^3 - y^2+ 2x^7= 0

    i dont really know how to start solving this
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    Did you mean (x^2y)^3 - y^2+ 2x^7= 0
    or x^(2y^3) - y^2+ 2x^7= 0
    or (x^2)*(y^3) - y^2+ 2x^7= 0
    or other?
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    hope this helps
    bye
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