If the tangent line to y =f(x) at x =a is the same as the
tangent line to y =g(x) at x = b, find two equations that must
be satisfied by a and b.
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I think that one is that \[f \prime(a)=g \prime(b)\] what about the other one?
if the two tangent lines must be identical we have that \[f(a)=g(b)\]because the lines must coincide
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