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Iris0208
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Tangent to circle was that you find the point's coordinates, and use trig.

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## Replies to: October 2012 MATH ACT

33Junior MemberI put 2-sqrt(2) also, but that's a complete guess.

I can't remember if I put 4 or 16 for the last one, but I solved it by multiplying the first equation by 3 and then adding the two equations together. The first system of equations where x and y were NOT under radicals had nothing to do with the question I think.

1New Member808Member543Member73Junior Member986Member543Member73Junior Membersecond to last one, I forgot what the question asked. also guessed.

986Member543Member73Junior MemberYes. We should definately compile a list of questions and answers to give us ccers some peace of mind.

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