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The locus of poles whose polar with respect to x² + y² = a² always passes through (K, 0) is: (A) Kx - a² = 0 (B) Kx + a² = 0 (C) Ky + a² = 0 (D) Ky -a² = 0

The locus of poles whose polar with respect to x² + y² = a² always passes through (K, 0) is:
(A) Kx - a² = 0
(B) Kx + a² = 0
(C) Ky + a² = 0
(D) Ky -a² = 0

Grade:12

1 Answers

Saurabh Koranglekar
askIITians Faculty 10341 Points
one year ago
Dear student

The locus must pass through K,0

the only option a satisfies the given condition so the answer is A option

Regards

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