## Question

### Solution

Correct option is The given conic can be re-written as  Shifting the origin at (3, 0) without rotating the coordinates axes,

We have, The equation of the ellipse with reference to new axes is Comparing this equation with the standard equation .

Let e be the eccentricity of the given conic. Then,   The coordinates of foci with respect to new origin are Substituting these in (i), we obtain (3, ±3) as the coordinates of foci.

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