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# Find The Equation Of Pair Of Tangents Drawn From The Point (1, 2) And (2, 1) To The Ellipse .

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Correct option is

As the point (1, 2) lies outside the ellipse, so equation of the pair of tangents drawn from it is

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As the point (2, 1) lies inside the ellipse, so no tangent can be drawn from it.

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