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The Equations Y = +  Root 3x, Y =1 Are The Sides Of
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The Straight Line 3x + Y = 9 Divides The Line Segment Joining The Points (1, 3) And (2, 7) In The Ratio
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The Equations To A Pair Of Opposite Sides Of Parallelogram Are X^2  5^x + 6 = 0 And Y^2  6^y + 5 = 0, The Equations To Its Diagonals Are
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The Locus Of Variable Point Whose Distance From
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The Point Of Intersection Of Lines Represented By The Equation 3x^2 + 8x^y  3y^2 + 29x  3y + 18 = 0 Is
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If The Sum Of The Distances Of A Point From Two Perpendicular Lines In A Plane Is 1, Then Its Locus Is
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The Straight Lines X + Y = 0, 5x + Y = 4 And X + 5y = 4 Form
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The Ratio By Which The Line 2x + 5y  7 = 0 Divides The Straight Line Joining The Points ( 4, 7) And (6,  5) Is
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A Straight Line Perpendicular To The Line 2x + Y = 3 Is Passing Through (1, 1). Its Y intercept Is
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The Straight Lines X + Y = 0, 3x + Y  4 = 0, X + 3y  4 = 0 Form A Triangle Which Is
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The Points (a,  B), (0, 0), (a, B) And (a^2, Ab) Are :
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For A Given Velocity, A Projectile Has The Same Range R Of Two Angles Of Projection If T1 And T2 Are The Time Of Flight In The Two Cases, Then
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At What Point Of A Projectile Motion, Acceleration And Velocity Are Perpendicular To Each Other?
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A Body Is Projected At Such Angle That The Horizontal Range Is Three Times The Greatest Height. The Angle Of Projection Is
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A Particle Is Projected With Velocity âˆš2 Gh, Such That It Just Crosses Two Walls Of Height H And Separated By H. Find The Angle Of Projection.
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A Ball Is Projected From The Ground At A Speed Of 10 Ms^1 Making An Angle Of 30 Degree With The Horizontal.
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If A Body Is Projected With An Angle 0 To The Horizontal, Then
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