# 1955 AHSME Problems/Problem 49

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The graphs of and intersect in:

## Solution

We can simplify in order to help solve this problem: .

In order to find solutions, we have to have . , but this turns out to be an extraneous solution, as, when put into the two equations, one of them turns out an undefined value. The answer is .

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