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If we have two curves, and they cut them selves in a way like these two: y=x^2 and

x^2+(y-1)^2=1. Does it always mean that those two curves in a cut point would have a same tangent, in other words do they need to have the same derivative in that spot?

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# Two curves in a cut point would have a same tangent

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