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# If PQ Is A Double Ordinate Of The Hyperbola  such The OPQ Is An Equilateral Triangle, O Being The Centre Of The Hyperbola. Then The Eccentricity E Of The Hyperbola Satisfies –

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Correct option is

Let the coordinates of P be  then

Since  also lie on hyperbola

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