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# A Circle Touches Both The Coordinates Axes And The Line  the Coordinates Of The Centre Of The Circle Can Be

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Correct option is

(aa)

Let r be the radius of the circle. Since it touches the coordinates axes and the line  the coordinates of the centre of the circle can be (rr), (–r, –r) or (r, –r) (As r > 0 and the line

meets the coordinates axes at  and  ).

If the centre is (rr) or (– r, – r), then

So (aa) can be the coordinates of the centre of the circle, check that if the centre is (r, –r) we have

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