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**Veronica1999** 1.Verify that the line x + 2y = 8 meets the ellipse 3x2 + 4y2 = 48 at exactly one point,

namely P = (2, 3). The line is said to be tangent to the ellipse. Verify also that the focal points for this ellipse are F1 = (−2, 0) and F2 = (2, 0).

2.(Continuation) The reflection property of the ellipse: Use trigonometry to calculate

the size of the acute angle formed by the tangent line and the focal radius F2P. Do the

same for the acute angle formed by the tangent line and the focal radius F1P. How do

your answers to these two calculations explain the title of this problem?

I am not sure about the answer to the second problem.