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`        Find the equation to the circle passing through the points (0,a)(b,h) and having its centre on the axis of xPls give me full solution`
one year ago

```							Let  x^2+y^2+2gx+2fy+c=0 is our required circle equation with centre (-g,-f).since it passes through (0,a)and(b,h). substitute those points in circle equation.(0,a)              a^2+2fa+c=0    is eq (1).                 (b,h)      b^2+h^2+2gb+2fh+c=0 is eq (2).since centre lies on x-axis f=0.so from (1), c=-a^2.on substituting c and f values in eq(2),we get g = [a^2-(b^2+h^2)]/2bon substituting these values in circle equation we getb(x^2+y^2)+[a^2-(b^2+h^2)]x-a^2b=0 is our required circle equation.
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one year ago
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