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restart:

with(geom3d):

point(A,x , 2 , -1):

point(B,0, y , 1):

point(C,3 , 4 , -2):

solve([distance(A,B)=distance(A,C),distance(B,C)^2=2*distance(A,B)^2],[x,y]):

evalf(%);

f:=x->a* x^2+b*x+c:
sol:=solve([f(2)=0,f(6)=1,f(8)=0]);
subs(sol,f(x));

> restart;

L:=[]:

N:=10:

for x from -N to N  do

for y from -N to N  do

for z from -N to N  do 

for t from -N to N  do

for s from -N to N  do

if  6*x+10*y+15*z=7  and 24*s+33*t=9 then

L:=[op(L), [x,y,z,s,t]] fi;

od: od: od: od:od:

nops(L);  L;

 

Note that, the coordinates centre of pencil of line is solution of the system of equations 3*x+4*y-10=0 and 3*x-y-5=0.

solve([3*x+4*y-10=0,3*x-y-5=0],[x,y]);

We have [[x = 2, y = 1]]

Now, put Delta is the line passing the point A(2, 1) and having the slope k. The equation of the line Delta has the form y=k*(x-2)+1.

And then, you find the distance from the center T to the line Delta.

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> restart:

with(geometry):

circle(C,x^2+y^2+2*x-4*y=0,[x,y],'centername'=T):

R:=radius(C):

line(Delta,y=k*(x-2)+1,[x,y]):

sol:=solve(distance(T,Delta)=R,{k}):

for i to 2 do subs(sol[i],Equation(Delta)) end do;


Equation of two lines are - x/2 + y = 0 and 2 x + y - 5 = 0.



 

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with(geometry):

circle(C,x^2+y^2+2*x-4*y=0,[x,y],'centername'=T):

R:=radius(C):

assume(3*a+3*b <> 0):

assume(4*a-b <> 0): 

line(d,a*(3*x+4*y-10)+b*(3*x-y-5)=0,[x,y]):

solve(distance(T,d)=R,[a,b]);

The solutions of the solve are a = b and a = -b/2.

With a = b, you can choice a = b = 1, and using

subs(a=1,b=1,Equation(d));

You get the equation 6*x+3*y-15 = 0.

With a = -b/2, choice b = -2, we have a = 1,

subs(a=1,b=-2,Equation(d));

and we get 

-3*x+6*y = 0

solve({50811.89143+x^2+y^2-61.91881776*x-446.5619114*y = 0,1621.451347-0.1838809e-1*x-7.2593834*y = 0},{x,y});

> restart:

with(geom3d):

point(A,1, 0, 0):

point(B,0, 1, 0):

point(C,0,0,1):

plane(P, x+y+z=6,[x,y,z]):

point(T,x,y,z):

sol:=solve([distance(T,A)=distance(T,B),

distance(T,A)=distance(T,C),Equation(P)],[x,y,z]);point(T1,rhs(op(1,sol[1])),rhs(op(2,sol[1])),rhs(op(3,sol[1])) ):

Equation(sphere(C1,[T1,distance(T1,A)],[x,y,z]));

Eq1:=Student[Precalculus][CompleteSquare](Equation(C1));

 

 

 

restart;

L:=[]:

k:=10:

for x1 from -k to k  do

for y1 from -k to k  do

for x2 from -k to k  do

for y2 from -k to k  do

for x3 from -k to k  do

for y3 from -k to k do

G:=[1,1]:

H:=[3,3]:

if x1+x2+x3=3*G[1] and y1+y2+y3=3*G[2] and (H[1]-x1)*(x3-x2) +(H[2]-y1)*(y3-y2) = 0 and (H[1]-x2)*(x2-x1) +(H[2]-y2)*(y2-y1)=0 and (x2-x1)*(y3-y1) +(x3-x1)*(y2-y1) <>0 then

L:=[op(L), [[x1,y1], [x2,y2], [x3,y3]]] fi;

od: od: od: od: od: od:

nops(L);  L;

 

Thanks for all helps.

I tried solve it with Mathematica
Reduce[Sqrt[x + 3 - 4*Sqrt[x - 1]] + Sqrt[x + 8 - 6*Sqrt[x - 1]] == 
1, x, Reals]

First code

>restart:

f:=x->a/x^2-x+2:

g:=x->a*sin(2*x):

ans:=allvalues(solve(f(f(-1))=sqrt(2)+g(f(2)),a)):

ans2:=[evalf(ans)];

We get

ans2 := [-2.881759230-1.051335058*I, -.7437844448-1.866833976*I, -2.881759230+1.051335058*I, -.7437844448+1.866833976*I, -5.471111560]

Second code

>restart:

f:=x->a/x^2-x+2:

g:=x->a*sin(2*x):

ans:=fsolve(f(f(-1))=sqrt(2)+g(f(2)),a);

We get

ans := -14.51059004

The solutions -5.471111560 and -14.51059004 are different. 



Thank you very much.

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