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The Locus of a Point P, So That: Ab^2 = Ap^2 + Bp^2 Where a and B Are Two Fixed Points. - Mathematics

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Sum

Describe the locus for questions 1 to 13 given below:

The locus of a point P, so that:
`AB^2 = AP^2 + BP^2`,
Where A and B are two fixed points. 

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Solution

 

The locus of the point P is the circumference of a circle with AB as diameter and satisfies the condition `AB^2 = AP^2 + BP^2 `

Concept: Constructions Under Loci
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Selina Concise Maths Class 10 ICSE
Chapter 16 Loci (Locus and Its Constructions)
Exercise 16 (B) | Q 12 | Page 241

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