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intersection of two hyperbolas, Algebra
What are all of the points of intersection for these two hyperbolas?
Hyperbola 1 is centered at (1, 829). Its foci are located at (5.123, 829) and (3.123, 829). Everywhere along the hyperbola, the difference between the distances to the two foci is always 8.
Hyperbola 2 is centered at (99, 1021). Its foci are located at (99, 1007.252) and (99, 1034.748). Everywhere along the hyperbola, the difference between the distances to the two foci is always 26.832.
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