analytic geometry helps are appreciated
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Find the maximum value of y/x over all real numbers x and y that satisfy (x3)^2+(y3)^2 = 6.
It is a circle, but how do we even begin? As a matter of fact, how is there not only like 1 solution??

analytic geometry helps are appreciated 
Reiny
Both Steve and I have answered your question
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1362160145
What part of the answers did you not like ?
I think this is the third time you have posted the same question, please check your previous posts before reposting. 
analytic geometry helps are appreciated 
Knights
Oh I'm sorry, I thought no had done so, so thanks.
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