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If the axes are turned through 450. Find the transformed from the equation

                          3x2 + 3y2 + 2xy = 2


                 A1A2A3, …. An are points in a plane whose coordinates are (x1y1), (x2y2), (x3y3) …, (xnyn) respectively

A1Ais dissected at the point G1GA3 is divided in the ratio  1 : 2 at G2GA4 is divided in the ratio 1 : 4 at G4, and so on until all n points are exhausted. The coordinates of the final point G so obtained are


If x1 = ay1 = bx1x­2 …. xn and y1y2 …. yn from an ascending arithmetic progressing with common difference 2 abd 4 respectively, then the coordinates of G are


Let the sides of a triangle ABC are all integers with A as the origin. If (2, –1) and (3, 6) are points on the line AB and AC respectively (lines AB andAC may be extended to contain these points), and length of any two sides are primes that differ by 50. If a is least possible lengths of the third side and S is the least possible perimeter of the triangle then aS is equal to


If O is the origin and the coordinates of A and B are (51, 65) and (75, 81) respectively. then  is equal to


Vertices of a triangle are (0, 0), (41a, 37) and (–37, 41b) where a and bare the roots of the equation. 3x2 – 16x + 15 = 0. The area of the triangle is equal to


If O is the origin and An is the point with coordinates (n, n + 1) then (OA1)2 + (OA2)2 + …. + (OA7)2 is equal to


A(a + 1, a – 1), B(a2 + 1, a2 – 1) and C(a3 + 1, a3 – 1) are given points D(11, 9) is the mid-point of AB and E(41, 39) is the mid-point of BC. If F is the mid-point of AC the (BF)2 is equal to


Given two points A(–2, 0), and B(0,4),  is a point with coordinates (x, x), x ≥ 0P divides the joint A and B in the ratio 2 : 1. C and D are the mid-point of BM and MA respectively

1:- Area of the ΔAMB is minimum, if the coordinates of M are


Given two points A(-2, 0) and B(0, 4), M is a point with coordinates (xx), x  0. P divides the joint A and B in the ratio 2 : 1 . C and D are the mid-points of BM and AM respectively. Find the perimeter of the quadrilateral ABCD.