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since a parallelogram needn’t have sides of equal length (as a square does), one side can be tangent to the circle (creating one point of intersection), while the parallel side can extend

beyond the circle (creating two points of intersection).

As per this, the square & parallelogram intersection points aren’t same. In my opinion they will be same. Please assist.

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