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Fool's problem of the day, If \( 4x^2+12xy+by^2+6x+2fy-4=0 \) represents a pair of parallel lines, can you find the distance between them? Genre: Standard analytic geometry problem Rating: Easy (If you know how to do it)

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    \(\frac{5}{3}\)

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    not you asnaseer, not you ...http://nooooooooooooooo.com/

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    @Fool: Everything is easy when you know how to do it :P

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    Mr.Math but this problem is really easy... like way eaassyy, but you need the right approach.

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    I think so.

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