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Brian is solving an equation where both sides are quadratic expressions. He graphs the expressions and finds that the two graphs share a common vertex, but one graph opens upward and the other opens downward. How should Brian interpret this outcome?

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    Options: A.) There is exactly one intersection point. B.) There are exactly two intersection points. C.) There are exactly three intersection points. D.) There are infinitely many intersection points.

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