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Let's say that we have equation of circle as

x^{2}+ y^{2}= R^{2}

and equation of ellipse in quadratic form as

A x^{2}+ B y^{2}+ Cx + D = 0

if the circle is inside the ellipse, so there is no intersection ...

Are x and y imag in this case? /or/ is one of them imag and the other is real ?... etc.

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# Ellipse intersect circle

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