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Does A= 6 and B = 3 ????
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@butterflyprincess Whats your ques ?
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x+2y=6 for x-intercept - y=0 x=6 for y intercept-x=0 2y=6 y=3
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Which means you got them right here is your medal :)
Wait then what sthe coordinate of point P so AP is perpendicular to th eline and |AP| = 1
  • hba
x+2y=6 y=3-x/2 We can easily find the x intercept by setting y=0 and solving for x 0=3-x/2 x/2=3 x=6 Now use the coordintates of x-intercept which are (6,0) (x-4)^2+(y-0)^2=1 (x-4)^2+y^2=1 But,y=3-x/2 Now plug that in and find the two solutions.
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You need a graph ?
Ohhh YES may I have a graph but that maes sense!
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sure.
  • hba
looks like you left :D

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