MATHEMATICS

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MATHS
POQ  900 , P  (r1 cos , r1 sin  ) where r1  OP
61.
(r2 cos(900   ), r2 sin(900   ) where r2  OQ
Q=
62. PA + PB = 2a = length of major axis
1 1 2
SP  S ' P  2a, SS '  2ae,  
SP SQ lengthof semilater rectum
63.
y  2 x  4a 2  b 2
64. Equation of tangent is this is normal to the given circle. This passes through
(-2,0)
     
P  (a cos  , b sin  ) Q   a cos   , b sin  
 2   2 
65.
66. Reflection property of ellipse
67. SS = 2ae
(x1 – x2)2 + (y1 – y2)2 = 4a2e2
(x1 + x2)2 – 4x1x2 + (y1 + y2)2 – 4y1y2 = 4(a2–b2)
 (2h)2 + (2k)2 – 4(x1x2 + y1y2) = 4(a2 – b2)

Also x1x2 = y1y2 = = b2

 h2 + k2 = a2 + b2  x2 + y2 = 16 + 4 = 20.

S 2 P  a (1  e cos ) and S1 S 2  2ae 2 a 78. m1m2 = 1 76. CB  CS 74. a 2 x 2  b2 y 2  ( x 2  y 2 )2 80.y 2 = a 2 . x  y 2  (a 2  b 2 )  Tan 2  4(b 2 x 2  a 2 y 2  a 2b 2 ) 2 2 69. . SP  S 1P  2a. PM 2 b 2 2    PN 3 a 2 3 75. C  (6.b2 x 2  y 2  a 2 with tan gent 77. a 2m2  b2 r 1  m2 81. Center C=(0.r ) lies on given ellipse hence we get 2ae  SS 1  10 72.0) & P = (r cos . Þ x 2 . S1 P  a (1  e cos  ). Use incenter formula. Conceptual m  m2 Tan   1 1  m1 m2 70. P  (1. Homogenising the auxillary circle x y cos   Sin  1 a b b2 e  1  2 .  sin  r2 71. 4) a = CP = 13 SS 1  2ae & SP  S 1P  2a 73.8). Put   600 in 68. 2ae  SS 1 79.

4x 3y   7. Conceptual b 2  4ac  0 83. y1 ) 52 13 86. Consider quadratic in x y  1 x1 y1 84. BC  BA  10    p ( )  (a cos  ). Eliminate from xx1 yy1  1 P( x1 . 10  i 1 ( SPi )( S ' P 'i )  2560 88. x2 y 2  2  a 2 b2 Eliminate from equation of tangents at P and CQ.82. 10b 2  2560 b c sa 1 4 tan Tan  1    b  c  10 2 2 s 4 89. b cos  )  2  90. b sin  ) and Q     ( a sin  . x sin   y cos   0  cos  sin  85. Chord of contact of is  x1 m1   4 y1 Slope is  x2 m2  4 y2 m1 m2  1 r 2  r  6  0 and r 2  6r  5  0 also r 2  r  6  r 2  6r  5 87. We get the locus .