Posted by **John** on Friday, February 28, 2014 at 5:36pm.

Find the sum of all possible values of the constant k such that the graph of the parametric equations x=2+4cos(s) and y=k-4sin(s) intersects the graph of the parametric equations x=1+cos(t) and y=-3+sin(t) at only one point.

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