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\title{\textbf{Strong Algebraic Manipulation Skills ....}}
\author{\textit{Wei-Chi YANG} \\
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wyang@radford.edu\\
Department of Mathematics \\
and Statistics\\
Radford University\\
Radford, VA 24142\\
USA}
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\section{Introduction}
\section{Locus When Fixing Two Points On A Curve}
We start with the original entrance practice problem as follows:
We remark here that if this problem is presented as a mathematics experiment
class instead, more students would have enjoyed exploring it if
technological tools are available to learners. For example, before answering
this question analytically, they can play and learn how a locus might look
like, which makes the learning process much more enjoyable. In fact, one may
adopt the following steps when exploring a problem:
\section{Locus And Combinations of Shifting And Scaling}
Here we are given two ....
\subsection{Generating a circle with two fixed points}
The following locus problem is when we ...
\subsection{Locus as a result of simple translation and scaling}
\section{The Locus Of Lines Passing Through A Fixed Point}
The original problem has been modified slightly from the following general
setting. Again, we start with the original locus problem with an algebraic
solution and explore other 2D scenarios in the subsequent sections when
technological tools are available.
\section{Acknowledgements}
The author would like to thank
\section{Conclusion}
It is clear that ...
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\bibitem{MY} McAndrew, A., Yang, W.-C. (2016). Locus and Optimization
Problems in Lower and Higher Dimensions. The Electronic Journal of
Mathematics and Technology, 10(2), 69-83, https://php.radford.edu/\symbol{126%
}ejmt/deliveryBoy.php?paper=eJMT\_v10n2p1.
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