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class 12
| maths
| circles
Solutions for all the questions from class 12
of subject maths
of chapter circles
CLASS
class 10
class 11
class 12
class 6
class 7
class 8
class 9
SUBJECT
maths
CHAPTER
3d coordination system
and transformation formulas
application of derivatives
application of integrals
applications of derivatives
area
binary operations
binomial theorem
circles
complex numbers
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Class 12
Maths
Co-ordinate Geometry
Circles
A triangle is inscribed in a circle of radius 1. The distance between the orthocentre and the circumcentre of the triangle cannot be
Class 12
Maths
Co-ordinate Geometry
Circles
If a circle passes through the points where the lines
$3kx−2y−1=0$
and
$4x−3y+2=0$
meet the coordinate axes then
$k=$
Class 12
Maths
Co-ordinate Geometry
Circles
All chords of the curve
$x_{2}+y6(2)−10x−4y+4=0$
, which make a right angle at
$(8,−2)$
pass through
Class 12
Maths
Co-ordinate Geometry
Circles
A circle passing through the point
$(2,2(2 −1))$
touches the pair of lines
$x_{2}−y_{2}−4x+4=0$
. The centre of the circle is
Class 12
Maths
Co-ordinate Geometry
Circles
Equation of circle symmetric to the circle
$x_{2}+y_{2}+16x−24y+183=0$
about the line
$4x+7y+13=0$
is
Class 12
Maths
Co-ordinate Geometry
Circles
If a chord of a the circle
$x_{2}+y_{2}=32$
makes equal intercepts of length of l on the co-ordinate axes, then
Class 12
Maths
Co-ordinate Geometry
Circles
Equation of circle inscribed in
$∣x−a∣+∣y−b∣=1$
is
Class 12
Maths
Co-ordinate Geometry
Circles
Let
$A(−4,0)$
and
$B(4,0)$
. Then the number of points
$C=(x,y)$
on the circle
$x_{2}+y_{2}=16$
lying in first quadrant such that the area of the triangle whose vertices are A,B and C is a integer is
Class 12
Maths
Co-ordinate Geometry
Circles
Let
$A(1,2),B(3,4)$
be two points and
$C(x,y)$
be a point such that area of
$ΔABC$
is 3 sq. units and
$(x−1)(x−3)+(y−2)(y−4)=0$
. Then number of positions of C, in the xy plane is
Class 12
Maths
Co-ordinate Geometry
Circles
P and Q are any two points on the circle
$x_{2}+y_{2}=4$
such that PQ is a diameter. If
$α$
and
$β$
are the lengths of perpendicular from P and Q on
$x+y=1$
then the maximum value of
$αβ$
is
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CLASS
class 10
class 11
class 12
class 6
class 7
class 8
class 9
SUBJECT
maths
CHAPTER
3d coordination system
and transformation formulas
application of derivatives
application of integrals
applications of derivatives
area
binary operations
binomial theorem
circles
complex numbers
View All ↓
Class 12
Maths
Co-ordinate Geometry
Circles
A triangle is inscribed in a circle of radius 1. The distance between the orthocentre and the circumcentre of the triangle cannot be
Class 12
Maths
Co-ordinate Geometry
Circles
If a circle passes through the points where the lines
$3kx−2y−1=0$
and
$4x−3y+2=0$
meet the coordinate axes then
$k=$
Class 12
Maths
Co-ordinate Geometry
Circles
All chords of the curve
$x_{2}+y6(2)−10x−4y+4=0$
, which make a right angle at
$(8,−2)$
pass through
Class 12
Maths
Co-ordinate Geometry
Circles
A circle passing through the point
$(2,2(2 −1))$
touches the pair of lines
$x_{2}−y_{2}−4x+4=0$
. The centre of the circle is
Class 12
Maths
Co-ordinate Geometry
Circles
Equation of circle symmetric to the circle
$x_{2}+y_{2}+16x−24y+183=0$
about the line
$4x+7y+13=0$
is
Class 12
Maths
Co-ordinate Geometry
Circles
If a chord of a the circle
$x_{2}+y_{2}=32$
makes equal intercepts of length of l on the co-ordinate axes, then
Class 12
Maths
Co-ordinate Geometry
Circles
Equation of circle inscribed in
$∣x−a∣+∣y−b∣=1$
is
Class 12
Maths
Co-ordinate Geometry
Circles
Let
$A(−4,0)$
and
$B(4,0)$
. Then the number of points
$C=(x,y)$
on the circle
$x_{2}+y_{2}=16$
lying in first quadrant such that the area of the triangle whose vertices are A,B and C is a integer is
Class 12
Maths
Co-ordinate Geometry
Circles
Let
$A(1,2),B(3,4)$
be two points and
$C(x,y)$
be a point such that area of
$ΔABC$
is 3 sq. units and
$(x−1)(x−3)+(y−2)(y−4)=0$
. Then number of positions of C, in the xy plane is
Class 12
Maths
Co-ordinate Geometry
Circles
P and Q are any two points on the circle
$x_{2}+y_{2}=4$
such that PQ is a diameter. If
$α$
and
$β$
are the lengths of perpendicular from P and Q on
$x+y=1$
then the maximum value of
$αβ$
is
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