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ayush_2008
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diffrence in locus of two lines


find the locus of mid point of the portion of the line x cos(a)+ysin(a)=p here p is some constant.
Sir its locus by calculation is p
2(x
2+y
2)=4 (x
2 )(y^2)
but locus of mid point of the portion of the line ax+by=c is a circle .
both are straight lines then why this happening..
Sir can we see the locus .?
regards and thanks in advance

 
on: Sat 06 of Dec, 2014 [05:51 UTC] reads: 40122

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ayush_2008
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Re: diffrence in locus of two lines
on: Sat 06 of Dec, 2014 [05:52 UTC]
> find the locus of mid point of the portion of the line x cos(a)+ysin(a)=p here p is some constant.
> Sir its locus by calculation is p
2(x
2+y
2)=4 (x
2 )(y^2)
> but locus of mid point of the portion of the line ax+by=c is a circle .
> both are straight lines then why this happening..
> Sir can we see the locus .?
> regards and thanks in advance




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