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Why Can’t I Reverse secp256k1’s Public Key Point In Order To Determine The Private Key?

I understand that the public key q is generated by the point addition of g (some secp256 k1 constant) u times such that u is a big number (private key). This process can be simplified in this diagram below.

Hence the formula follows q=u*j

enter image description here But why cant I use this diagram below and trace back the public key point to the point of the private key by following the tangents back to the original point. I’m sure I could do this in desmos-graphing or something using some pretty simple linear algebra.

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Why Can’t I Reverse secp256k1’s Public Key Point In Order To Determine The Private Key?

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