Where does the line 2x-y+2 = 0 meets the curve g(x) = x^2-3x-7 ?
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We are given the equation of the line 2x-y+2 = 0
We will rewrite into the slope form.
==> y= 2x+2 ..........(1)
Also, given the equation of the curve g(x) = x^2 -3x -7
We need to find the intersection points.
Then...
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