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# Find The Harmonic Conjugates Of The Point R(5, 1) With Respect To The Points P(2, 10) And Q(6, –2).

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Correct option is

R(5, 1) is S(8, –8)

Let S(α, β) be the harmonic conjugates of the point R(5, 1). Suppose R divides PQ in the ratio λ : 1 internally then S dividesPQ in the ratio λ : 1 externally then

Also,

Now,

and,

Hence harmonic conjugates of R(5, 1) is S(8, –8).

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