Algebra 2 (Quadratic Equations)
posted by Greg .
Is the point (3, 2) a solution of the intersection of the following set of quadratic equations:
Y < X^2
X^2 + Y^2 < 16
I'm not sure how to actually work this problem out. Can anyone help me with this problem please.
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