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# The Locus Of The Point Whose Polar With Respect To The Ellipse  touches The Parabola y2 = 4kx is

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Correct option is

Parabola

Let (h, k) be a point on the locus, then its polar w.r.t. ellipse is

… (1)

(1) touches the parabola y2 = 4kx if

… (2)                            … (3)

(3)           (2)

Parabola.

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