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The Circle X^2 + Y^2  8x + 4y + 4 = 0 Touches
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The Equation Of Circumcircle Of The Triangle Formed By The Lines X = 0, Y = 0, 2x + 3y = 5, Is
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Suppose A Circle Passes Through (2, 2) And (9, 9) And Touches The X  Axis At P. If O Is The Origin, Then OP Is Equal To
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For A Equilateral Triangle, The Center Is The Origin And The Length Af Altitude Is A. Then, The Equation Of The Circumcircle Is
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The Equation Of The Circle Concentric To The Circle 2x^2 + 2y^2  3x + 6y + 2 = 0 And Having Area Double The Area Of The Circle, Is
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The Other End Of The Diameter Through The Point (1, 1) On The Circle X^2 + Y^2  6^x + 4^y  12 = 0 Is
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The Equation Of The Circle Of Radius 3 That Lines In The Fourth Quadrant And Touching The Lines X = 0 And Y = 0, Is
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The Intercept On The Line Y = X By The Circle X^2 + Y^2  2^x = 0 Is AB. Equation Of The Circle On AB As A Diameter, Is
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The Equation Of Two Circles Which Touch The Y  Axis At (0, 3) And Make An Intercept Of 8 Units On X  Axis , Are
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A Variable Circle Passes Through The Fixed Point A (p, Q) And Touches X  Axis. The Locus Of The Other End Of The Diameter Through A Is
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If Two Distinct Chords, Drawn From The Point (p, Q) On The Circle X2 + Y2 = Px + Qy (where Pq 0) Are Bisected By The X axis, Then
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If The Line Y = 7x  25 Meets The Circle X2 + Y2= 25 In The Points A, B, Then The Distance Between A And B Is
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The Circles X^2 + Y^2  10^x + 16 = 0 And X^2 + Y^2 = R^2 Intersect Each Other In Two Distinct Points If
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The Centre Of A Circle Passing Through The Points (0, 0), (1, 0) And Touching The Circle X^2 + Y^2 = 9 Is
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The Lines 2x  3y = 5 And 3x  4y = 7 Are Diameters Of A Circle Of Area 154 Sq. Units. Then The Equation Of This Circle Is
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The Lines 2x  3y = 5 And 3x  4y = 7 Are Diameters Of A Circle Of Area 154 Sq. Units. Then The Equation Of This Circle Is
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If The Two Circles (x  1)^2 + (y  3)^2 = R^2 And X^2 + Y^2  8x + 2y + 8 = 0 Intersect In Two Distinct Points, Then
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If A Circle Passes Through The Point (a, B) And Cuts The Circle X^2 + Y^2 = K^2 Orthogonally, Then The Equation Of The Locus Of Its Centre Is
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The Locus Of The Midpoint Of A Chord Of The Circle X^2 + Y^2 = 4 Which Subtends A Right Angle At The Origin Is
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In The Given Figure, PA And PB Are Tangents To The Given Circle Such That PA = 5 Cm
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ABCD Is A Quadrilateral Such That Angle D = 90 Degree. A Circle C (O, R) Touches The Sides AB, BC, CD And DA
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In The Given Figure, O Is The Centre Of Two Concentric Circles Of Radius 4 Cm And 6 Cm, Respectively
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In Two Concentric Circles, A Chord Of Length 24 Cm Of Larger Circle Becomes A Tangent
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