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# The Point Of Intersection Of The Tangents Drawn To The Curve x2y = 1 – y at The Points Where It Is Meet By The Curve xy = 1 – y is Given By

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## Question

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Correct option is

(0, 1)

x2y = 1 – yxy –1– y

x2y = 1– y

At (0, 1), (y – 1) = 0    ⇒ y = 1

So point of intersection is (0, 1).

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