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If the curve is given implicitly instead, as F(x, y) = 0, you can find a normal n(x, y) = (dF(x, y)/dx, dF(x, y)/dy). Then you write an implicit line equation <n(x, y), p> = <n(x, y), (x, y)> and get another implicit curve. Lastly, you need to find where this curve intersects with the given curve.

I'm not sure this is the easiest way though.

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