﻿ A circle passes through the origin O and cuts the axis at A(a, 0) and B(0,b). The reflection of O in the line AB is the point : Kaysons Education

# A Circle Passes Through The Origin O and Cuts The Axis At A(a, 0) And B(0,b). The Reflection Of O in The Line AB is The Point

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Equation of AB is x/a + y/b = 1. If P(hk) is the reflexion of O in ABthen (h/2, k/2) lies on AB and AB and OP are at right angles.

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