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Find the equation to the straight line passing through the following two points (a cosp, a sinp) and (a cosq, a sinq)

Find the equation to the straight line passing through the following two points (a cosp, a sinp) and (a cosq, a sinq)

Grade:10

2 Answers

Arun
25763 Points
2 years ago
 
Dear student
 
Use formula
 
y – y1 =[( y2 – y1) /( x2 – x1)] (x – x1)
 
on putting values

y – a sin p = – cot (p+q/2) ( x – a cos p)
Aditya Gupta
2080 Points
2 years ago
once again, we know that the two point form of a st line is given as:
y – y1= [(y2 –  y1)/(x2 – x1)]*(x – x1), this line represents the eqn of a line passing through P(x1, y1) and Q(x2, y2).
here the two points are given to be (a cosp, a sinp) and (a cosq, a sinq).
so simply substitute x1= acosp, y1= asinp and x2= acosq, y2= asinq, and simplifying you shall obtain
y(cosp – cosq)= x(sinp – sinq) + a(sinqcosp – sinpcosq)
now, we use some trigono identities:
sinqcosp – sinpcosq= sin(q – p)= 2sin[(p – q)/2]cos[(p – q)/2]
cosp – cosq= – 2sin[(p+q)/2]sin[(p – q)/2]
and sinp – sinq= 2cos[(P + Q)/2]sin[(P - Q)/2]
substitute these values above to obtain
y(-sin[(p+q)/2])= x(cos[(P + Q)/2]) + a(cos[(p – q)/2])
or y(sin[(p+q)/2]) + x(cos[(P + Q)/2]) + a(cos[(p – q)/2])= 0
kindly approve :)

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