the locus of the center of the circle which cuts orthogonally the circle x2 +y2-20x +4=0 and which touches x=2 is

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condition for orthogonal,
perpendicular fron center to x=2 is radius..
put g=-x and f=-y
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                                        sorry,there was one mistake in above solution.

Ans. Is y^2=16x.
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how?plz tell me..urgent plz..

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