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find the length of chord cut off by line 4x−3y−10=0, from circle x^2+y^2−2x+4y−20=0

find the length of chord cut off by line 4x−3y−10=0, from circle x^2+y^2−2x+4y−20=0

Grade:11

2 Answers

Vijay Mukati
askIITians Faculty 2590 Points
5 years ago
Dear Student,
Follow the given steps.
1. Find the radius and center of the given circle.
2. Find the points of intersection of line with the circle.
3. Find the perpendicular distance of line from the center.
4. Then apply the phythogoreous theorem. To find half the length of chord, then finally double it.

Thanks.
SHAIK HAFEEZUL KAREEM
109 Points
5 years ago
Find the radius and center of the given circle. Find the points of intersection of line with the circle. Find the perpendicular distance of line from the center. Then apply the phythogoreous theorem. To find half the length of chord, then finally double it.Follow these steps you will get the answer.

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