Posted by **Jon** on Thursday, February 21, 2008 at 5:48pm.

Find the exact solution(s) of the system: x^2/4-y^2=1 and x=y^2+1

A)(4,sqrt3),(4,-sqrt3),(-4,sqrt3),(-4,-sqrt3)

B)(4,sqrt3),(-4,sqrt3)

C)(2,1),(2,-1),(4,sqrt3),(4,-sqrt3)

D)(4,sqrt3),(4,-sqrt3)

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