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Rectangle d. None of these 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. The points (1,1); (5,1); (5,3); (1,3) are the vertices of a b. Rhombus c. Rectangle d. None of these a. Square The points (1,1); (5,1); (7,5); (3,5) are the vertices of a a. Square b. Rhombus c. Rectangle d. Parallelogram The point which divides the join of A (-2,-4) and B (8,11) in the ratio 2:3 (internally) is b. (2,2) a. (2,3) c. (3,2) d. (1,1) 36. The point which divides the joint of A (-2,-4) and B (2,2) externally in the ratio 5:3 is b.
X2+ y2 = _a 2 d. x2 + y2 = a 2 66. x2 y2 The point lying on the curve ~ - 11 = 1 is a. (a secS , b tanS) b. (a sinS, b cosS) 67. 68. c. (a sinS, -b cose) d. None of these. x2 y2 The point lying on the curve 2"" + -2 = 1 a b b. (a sine, b cosS) a. (a sece, b tane) c. (-a sinS, -b cosS) d. Both (b) and (c) 69. Centroid divides a medium in ratio (From vertex towards side) is a. (1:2) b. (2:1) c. (3:1) d. (1:3) The co-ordinates of the incentre of the triangle whose vertices are (2,-2) (8,6) and (8,-2) are a.
E. neither there is any initial point nor there is an end point of a straight line. - - - - - - - - - . B Fig. (a) ( ) Fig (b) Figure (a) represents a line segment AB. where as, figure (b) represent a straight line. STRAIGHT LINE - The straight line is the locus of a point moving in a fixed direction. At this level we shall restrict ourselves to two dimensional geometry only. Thus the straight line, about which we are going to study is supposed to be lying in xy plane. Thus every point lying on the given straight line would have only two co-ordinates x-eo-ordinate and y-co-ordinate.
A Comprehensive Text Book Of Applied Mathematics by Rakesh, Gupta