1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Really have no idea as to how to proceed: Find a point P on the graph of x^(2)+y^(2)−62x-12y+828=0 and a point Q on the graph of (y-6)^(2)=x^(3)−56x^(2)−90x+29988 such that the distance between them is as small as possible. To solve this problem, we let (xy) be the coordinates of the point Q. Then we need to minimize the following function of x and y: 1)_____________________ After we eliminate y from the above, we reduce to minimizing the following function of x alone: 2) f(x)=______________ To find the minimum value of f(x) we need to check the value at the following three points (in increasing order). (You will need to use a numerical method, like Newton-Raphson to find one of these points.) 3) x1=___________ 4) x2=___________ 5) x3=___________ We conclude that the minimum value of f(x) occurs at 6) x=_____________ Thus a solution to our original question is 7) P=(____,____) 8) Q=(____,____) 3. The attempt at a solution I actually thought that the first function in terms of x and y would be (x-31)^2 + (y-6)^2 since minimizing the shortest distance to the circle and minimizing the shortest distance to the centre of the circle are equivalent. But my equation is wrong. How to proceed?