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```				   The number of circles touching the line y - x = 0 and the y-axis is
(a) 0 (b) 1    (c) 2  (d) infinite
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```										Dear Sanchit,
The answer to this question is (d)
This is because we can draw infinite number of circles of different radii such that they can fit in between those two lines.
I have also attached an image to get better idea.
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