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 Post subject: AnglePosted: Sun, 1 Jun 2003 12:30:44 UTC
Find the angle between the tangent lines to the ellipse and the hyperbola in their point of intersection,which has positive coordinates.

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first thing is to find the intersection. then you can either use calculus or the standard way to find tangents to get equation of the tagents at that point. proceed to find slope and use arctan on the slope, finally take the difference.

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