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				   Q)Direction cosines of 2 lines are connected by the relation:-al+bm+cn=0 & fmn+gnl+hlm=0.Find the condition that these 2 lines will be (a)perpendicular (b)parellel
				   

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The equation of the common tangent to the equal parabola y^2=4ax and x^2=4ay is?
 
 
The tangent on y^2 = 4ax will be y = mx + a/m Since this lines touches the x^2 = 4ay. Therefore replace y here by y = mx + a/m and simplify, You will get the quadratic in x. Now since this...
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From a point R(5,8) two tangents RP and RQ are drawn to a given circle S=0 whose radius is 5 if circumcenter of triangle PQR is (2,3) then the equation of circle S=0 is ??
 
 
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how to find the sum of a series upto n term if the rth term is (r)/(r^4 + r^2 + 1)
 
 
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the positive integer is just greater than (1+0.0001) 10000 is ​ a) 4 b) 5 c) 2 d) 3
 
 
It is well known that lim n—> inf (1 + 1/n)^n evaluates to e. So if we put n = 10000 (1 + 1/10000)^10000 And by binomial theorem, Using the binomial theorem: ( 1 + 1/10000 )^10000 = 10000C0 ...
 
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