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# CBSE Class 11-science Answered

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Asked by sukumeyoji | 15 Mar, 2024, 04:32: PM

Qn. # (26)

Let C(3,-1) be centre of circle . AB is chord of length 6 cm and its equation is  2 x+ 5y +18 = 0

Let CD be perpendicular to AB ,

Since CD is perpendicular to AB , equation of CD is  5x -2y = k , where k is constant to be determined.

Line CD is passing through C (3, -1) . Hence we get equation of line as

5(3) - 2 (-1) = k  or  k = 17

Point of intersection is determined by solving the line equations as given below

2 x + 5 y = -18

5x - 2y = 17

By solving above equations , we get

x = 49/29  ;  y = -124/29  ;

Point of intersection is  D ( 49/29 , -124/29 )

Length of CD is

Radius R is calculated as

cm

If (h, k ) is centre of circle and R is radius of circle , then equation of circle is

(x-h)2 + ( y-k)2 = R2

Hence equaion of circle with centre ( 3, -1) and radius 4.63 cm is

(x-3)2 + (y+1)2 = (4.63)2 = 21.4

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Qn. # 28

y = √x

.........................(1)

If Δx → 0 , then

......................(2)

In above approximation, higher powers of Δx are neglected in the series expansion

..................(3)

Using eqn.(3) , we rewrite eqn.(2) as

Hence we rewrite eqn.(1) as

...............................(4)

if Δx → 0 , then we get from eqn.(3) ,  θ → 0  and cosθ → 1

From eqn.(3) , we can write Δx = 2 √x θ

Hence eqn.(4) becomes

Answered by Thiyagarajan K | 16 Mar, 2024, 12:18: AM

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