# Let Y= f(x) and Y=g(x) be the pair of curves such that ( i ) the tangents at point with equal abcissae intersect on y-axis. ( ii ) the normals at point with equal abcissae intersect at x-axis. ( iii ) one curve passes through (1,1) and the other one p

Question asked by: NITIKA

Asked on: 16 Jan 2010

This sounds like it might be a bit specialised for someone to answer, can you say how to go about solving this sort of question?

I mean should you draw the two graphs on graph paper and then see how they relate to one another... what are the maths techniques that can be used to help work out the answer and help solve this sort of question?

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Replied at: 17 Jan 2010

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