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`(2sqrt(2),0)``(0,0)`(2,2) (2,-2)

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00:00 - 00:59 | the point 0 3 is nearest to the curve x square is equal to 2 by at to find that point where the distance is it ok so I have to give 14 option any tell which often ok now what you do just take a point on a curve this point is x square upon OK so the distance can be given let se distances in air is equal to root of 6 x minus zero whole square x minus zero whole square + 1 upon 2 minus 3 what you do to one thing that |

01:00 - 01:59 | we know that x square is equal to 2 why so this thing to basically this thing is equal to this thing is not to y is not Y - 3 whole square ok this is equal to that if you find this upon the equal to 1 upon new route of this thing so basically this thing that lets it is thing can be given as to why Y - 3 square to the whole half and differentiation of this thing 2 + 2 Y - 3 1 |

02:00 - 02:59 | 2 Y - 600 that mean by minus 2 Y - 4 is equal to zero then find -2 will be understood that means if you drop to draw the graph of the function of a decreasing in minus infinity to and then take increasing 22222 that mean of Y is equal to 2 that x x x x square is equal to four ok that x is equal to |

03:00 - 03:59 | minus two points is what are point to another point is 40 - 22 from this are correct option is option turn which is true |

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