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Circle

The set of all point in the plane that are equally distant from a fixed point is called a

circle.

The fixed point is called centre of the circle and the distance from the centre of the

circle to any point on the circle is called the radius of circle.

Equation of Circle

Let r be radius and C ( h, k ) be centre of circle. Let P ( x, y )

be any point on circle then

P(x,y)

PC = r

r

( x h) 2 + ( y k ) 2 = r

C(h,k)

On squaring

2

2

( x h) + ( y k ) = r2

This is equation of circle in standard form.

If centre of circle is at origin i.e. C ( h, k ) = C ( 0,0 ) then equation of circle becomes

x2 + y2 = r 2

Let A ( x1 , y1 ) and B ( x2 , y2 ) be end points of

diameter.

Let P ( x, y ) be any point on circle then

mAPB = 90

(Note: An angle in a semi circle is a right

angle see Theorem 4 at page 270)

Thus the line AP and BP are ar to each other

and we have

(Slope of AP ) (Slope of BP ) = 1

y y1 y y2

= 1

x x1 x x2

A(x1 ,y1)

P(x ,y)

B(x2 ,y2)

( y y1 )( y y2 ) = ( x x1 )( x x2 )

( x x1 )( x x2 ) + ( y y1 )( y y2 ) = 0

The equation

x 2 + y 2 + 2 gx + 2 fy + c = 0

represents a circle.

2

2

2

x + 2 gx + g + y + 2 fy + f 2 + c = g 2 + f 2

(x + g)

+(y+ f )

= g2 + f 2 c

( x ( g ) )

+ ( y ( f ) )

g + f c

centre at ( g , f ) and radius = g 2 + f 2 c

Question # 1(a)

Given: centre C ( h, k ) = ( 5, 2 )

Equation of circle:

2

2

( x h) + ( y k ) = r2

( x 5)

+ ( y + 2)

( 4)

radius = r = 4

x 2 10 x + 25 + y 2 + 4 y + 4 = 16

x 2 + y 2 10 x + 4 y + 25 + 4 16 = 0

x 2 + y 2 10 x + 4 y + 13 = 0

Question # 1(b)

Given:

centre C ( h, k ) =

2, 3 3

radius = r = 2 2

Equation of circle:

2

2

( x h) + ( y k ) = r2

(x 2 ) + ( y + 3 3)

(2 2 )

x 2 2 2 x + 2 + y 2 + 6 3 y + 27 = 8

x 2 + y 2 2 2 x + 6 3 y + 2 + 27 8 = 0

x 2 + y 2 2 2 x + 6 3 y + 21 = 0

Question # 1(c)

Given end points of diameter:

A ( x1 , y1 ) = ( 3,2 ) , B ( x2 , y2 ) = ( 5, 6 )

Equation of circle with ends of diameter is

( x x1 )( x x2 ) + ( y y1 )( y y2 ) = 0

( x (3) )( x 5 ) + ( y 2 )( y (6) ) = 0

( x + 3)( x 5 ) + ( y 2 )( y + 6 ) = 0

x 2 + 3 x 4 x 15 + y 2 2 y + 6 y 12 = 0

x 2 + y 2 2 x + 4 y 27 = 0

Question # 2(a)

x 2 + y 2 + 12 x 10 y = 0

Here 2 g = 12 , 2 f = 10 , c = 0

g =6 ,

f = 5

So centre = ( g , f ) = ( 6,5 )

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g2 + f 2 c

Radius =

(6) 2 + (5) 2 0

36 + 25

61

Question # 2(b)

5 x 2 + 5 y 2 + 14 x + 12 y 10 = 0

14

12

x2 + y 2 + x + y 2 = 0

5

5

14

12

Here 2 g =

, 2f =

, c = 2

5

5

7

6

g=

,

f =

5

5

7 6

Centre = ( g , f ) = ,

5 5

2

Radius =

g + f c

ing by 5

7 6

5 + 5 (2)

49 36

27

+

+2 =

25 25

5

= 3

3

5

Do yourself as above.

Question # 3

Given: A ( 4,5 ) , B ( 4, 3) , C ( 8, 3)

Let H ( h, k ) be centre and r be radius of circle, then

AH

AH

=

2

BH

BH

CH

=

2

CH

A

B

r

= r

2

r

C

= r2

( h 4 ) + ( k 5 ) = ( h + 4 ) + ( k + 3) = ( h 8 ) + ( k + 3) = r 2 (i)

From eq. (i)

2

2

2

2

( h 4 ) + ( k 5 ) = ( h + 4 ) + ( k + 3)

h 2 8h + 16 + k 2 10k + 25 = h 2 + 8h + 16 + k 2 + 6k + 9

h 2 8h + 16 + k 2 10k + 25 h 2 8h 16 k 2 6k 9 = 0

16h 16k + 16 = 0

h + k 1 = 0 . (ii)

Again from (i )

2

( h + 4 ) + ( k + 3) = ( h 8 )

2

2

( h + 4 ) = ( h 8)

+ ( k + 3)

h 2 + 8h + 16 = h 2 16h + 64

h 2 + 8h + 16 h 2 + 16h 64 = 0

24h 48 = 0

24h = 48

h = 2

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2 + k 1 = 0

k +1 = 0

k = 1

Again from (i )

2

r2 =

( h 4 ) + ( k 5)

2

2

= ( 2 4 ) + ( 1 5 )

h=2,

2

2

= ( 2 ) + ( 6 ) = 4 + 36 = 40

Now equation of circle with centre at H ( 2, 1) & r =

2

2

2

( x 2 ) + ( y + 1) = ( 40 )

k = 1

r =

40

40

x 2 4 x + 4 + y 2 + 2 y + 1 = 40

x 2 + y 2 4 x + 2 y + 4 + 1 40 = 0

x 2 + y 2 4 x + 2 y 35 = 0

Ans.

Question # 3(b)

Given: A ( 7,7 ) , B ( 5, 1) , C (10,0 )

Let H ( h, k ) be centre and r be radius of circle, then

AH

AH

BH

=

2

BH

CH

=

2

CH

A

B

r

= r

2

r

C

= r2

2

( h + 7 ) + ( k 7 ) = ( h 5 ) + ( k + 1) = ( h 10 ) + ( k 0 ) = r 2 . (i)

From equation (i) we have

2

2

2

2

( h + 7 ) + ( k 7 ) = ( h 10 ) + ( k 0 )

h 2 + 14h + 49 + k 2 14k + 49 = h 2 20h + 100 + k 2

h 2 + 14h + 49 + k 2 14k + 49 h 2 + 20h 100 k 2 = 0

34h 14k 2 = 0 17 h 7 k 1 = 0 . (ii)

Again from (i )

( h 5)

+ ( k + 1)

( h 10 )

+ ( k 0)

h 2 10h + 25 + k 2 + 2k + 1 h 2 + 20h 100 k 2 = 0

10h + 2k 74 = 0

5h + k 37 = 0 . (iii)

Multiplying eq. (iii) by 7 and subtracting from (ii)

17 h 7 k 1 = 0

35h + 7 k 259 = 0

52h

260 = 0

52h = 260

h = 5

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5 ( 5 ) + k 37 = 0 25 + k 37 = 0 k 12 = 0

k = 12

2

2

r2 = (h + 7) + (k 7)

2

r = 13

Now equation of circle with centre ( 5,12 ) and radius 13 :

( x 5)

+ ( y 12 )

= (13) 2

x 2 10 x + 25 + y 2 24 y + 144 = 169

x 2 + y 2 10 x 24 y + 25 + 144 169 = 0

x 2 + y 2 10 x 24 y = 0

is required equation.

Question # 3(c)

Given: A ( a,0 ) , B ( 0, b ) , C ( 0,0 )

Let H ( h, k ) be centre and r be radius of circle, then

AH

AH

BH

=

2

BH

CH

=

2

B

r

r

r

= r

CH

= r2

( h a ) + ( k 0) = ( h 0) + ( k b ) = ( h 0) + ( k 0) = r 2

2

2

( h a ) + k 2 = h 2 + ( k b ) = h 2 + k 2 = r 2 .. (i)

2

( h a ) + k 2 = h2 + k 2

h 2 2ha + a 2 + k 2 = h 2 + k 2

2ha + a

2ha = a

= 0

a2

h =

2a

h=

a

2

2

h2 + ( k b ) = h2 + k 2

h 2 + k 2 2bk + b 2 = h 2 + k 2

2bk = b 2

k =

b2

2b

2bk + b 2 = 0

k =

b

2

r 2 = h2 + k 2

2

a b

= +

2 2

a 2 b2

=

+

4

4

r =

a b

Now equation of circle with centre , and radius

2 2

a2 b2

+

4

4

a2 + b2

2

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2

a

b

+

y

2

2

a2

b2

x 2 ax + + y 2 by +

4

4

2

a

b2

2

2

x ax + + y by +

4

4

2

2

x + y ax by = 0

a 2 b2

+

4

4

a2 b2

=

+

4

4

2

2

a b

= 0

4

4

Alternative Method

Given point on circle: A ( a,0 ) , B ( 0, b ) , C ( 0,0 )

Consider an equation of circle in standard form

x 2 + y 2 + 2 gx + 2 fy + c = 0 . (i)

Since A ( a,0 ) lies on circle, therefore

(a ) 2 + (0)2 + 2 g (a ) + 2 f (0) + c = 0

a 2 + 2 ga + c = 0 . (ii)

Also B ( 0, b ) lies on the circle, then

(0) 2 + (b) 2 + 2 g (0) + 2 f (b) + c = 0

b 2 + 2 fb + c = 0 . (iii)

Also C ( 0,0 ) lies on the circle, therefore

c = 0

Putting value of c in (ii )

2

a + 2 ga + 0 = 0

2ga = a

a2

g =

2a

g =

a

2

b 2 + 2 fb + 0 = 0

2 fb = b 2

b2

b

f =

2b

2

Putting value of g , f and c in (i)

a

b

x2 + y2 + 2 x + 2 y + 0 = 0

2

2

f =

x 2 + y 2 ax by = 0

is required equation of circle.

Question # 4(a)

Given: A ( 3, 1) , B ( 0,1)

l : 4x 3y 3 = 0

Let C ( h, k ) be centre and r be radius of circle

A & B lies on circle

CA = CB = r

B

A

l

C(h,k)

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( h 3) + ( k + 1) = ( h 0 ) + ( k 1)

2

2

2

( h 3) + ( k + 1) = h 2 + ( k 1)

= r .. (i)

on squaring

h 6h + 9 + k + 2 k + 1 = h + k 2k + 1

2

h 2 6h + 9 + k 2 + 2k + 1 h 2 k 2 + 2 k 1 = 0

6h + 4k + 9 = 0 (ii)

Now since C ( h, k ) lies on given equation l

4h 3k 3 = 0 (iii)

ing equation (ii) by 3 & (iii) by 4 then adding

18h + 12k + 27 = 0

16h 12 k 12 = 0

2h

+ 15 = 0

2h = 15

h =

15

2

Putting in (iii)

15

4 3k 3 = 0

30 3k 3 = 0

2

3k + 27 = 0 3k = 27 k = 9

Now from eq. (i)

r =

h 2 + ( k 1)

2

15

2 + ( 9 1)

225

+ 64

4

448

4

15

Now equation of circle with centre at C ( h, k ) = ,9 and radius

2

481

4

2

481

15

2

+

y

9

=

(

)

4

225

481

x 2 15 x +

+ y 2 18 y + 81

= 0

4

4

x 2 + y 2 15 x 18 y + 17 = 0

r = AC

A(-3,1)

l

r =2

Question # 4(b)

Given: A ( 3,1) lies on circle , radius = r = 2

l : 2x 3y + 3 = 0

Let C ( h, k ) be centre of circle.

Since A ( 3,1) lies on circle

C(h,k)

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2 =

4 =

( h + 3) + ( k 1)

2

2

( h + 3) + ( k 1)

4 = h 2 + 6h + 9 + k 2 2k + 1

h 2 + 6h + 9 + k 2 2k + 1 4 = 0

h 2 + 6h + 9 + k 2 2k 3 = 0 .. (i )

Since centre C ( h, k ) lies on l

2h 3k + 3 = 0

3k 3

2h = 3k 3 h =

. (ii )

2

Putting value of h in (i )

2

3k 3

3k 3

2

2 + k + 6 2 2k + 6 = 0

9k 2 18k + 9

+ k 2 + 9k 9 2k + 6 = 0

4

9k 2 18k + 9 + 4k 2 + 36k 36 8k + 24 = 0

ing by 4

13k ( k + 1) 3 ( k + 1) = 0

( k + 1)(13k 3)

k = 1

= 0

or

k =

3

13

3(1) 3

h =

2

6

=

2

= 3

( 3, 1) is centre of circle

h =

3 ( 313) 3

2

9 3

30

13

13 = 15

=

=

2

2

13

15 3

, is centre of circle.

13 13

( x + 3)

+ ( y + 1) = (2)2

( x + 3)

+ ( y + 1) = 4

15 3

Now equation of circle with centre at , and radius 2

13 13

2

2

15

3

2

x + 13 + y 13 = (2)

15

3

x+ +y = 4

13

13

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Question # 4(c)

Given: A ( 5,1) and l : 2 x y 10 = 0 is tangent at B ( 3, 4 )

Let C ( h, k ) be centre and r be radius of circle.

A ( 5,1) and B ( 3, 4 ) lies on circle

AC = BC = r

( h 5) + ( k 1) = ( h 3) + ( k + 4 )

2

2

2

2

( h 5) + ( k 1) = ( h 3) + ( k + 4 )

l

B

4)

(3,-

A(5,1)

r

C(h,k)

= r ..... (i)

On squaring

h 2 10h + 25 + k 2 2k + 1 = h 2 6h + 9 + k 2 + 8k + 16

h 2 10h + 25 + k 2 2k + 1 h 2 + 6h 9 k 2 8k 16 = 0

4h 10k + 1 = 0 .. (ii)

a

2

=

= 2

Now slope of tangent l = m1 =

b

1

k +4

And slope of radial segment CB = m2 =

h3

Since radial segment is perpendicular to tangent therefore

m1m2 = 1

k +4

2

= 1 2k + 8 = h + 3

h3

h 3 + 2k + 8 = 0

h + 2k + 5 = 0 .. (iii)

Multiplying eq. (iii) by 4 and adding in (ii)

4h + 8k + 20 = 0

4h 10 k + 1 = 0

2k

+ 21 = 0

2k = 21

k =

21

2

21

h + 2 + 5 = 0 h + 21 + 5 = 0

2

h + 26 = 0 h = 26

Now from eq. (i)

r =

( h 3)

+ ( k + 4)

2

2

=

=

21

( 26 3) + 2 + 4

841

4205

841 +

=

4

4

2

29

( 29 ) + 2

21

2

4205

4

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2

2

4205

21

( x + 26 ) + y 2 = 4

441 4205

x 2 + 52 x + 676 + y 2 21 y +

= 0

4

4

x 2 + y 2 + 52 x 21y 265 = 0

2

Question # 4(d)

Given; A (1, 4 ) , B ( 1,8 )

l : x + 3y 3 = 0

Let C ( h, k ) be centre and r be radius of circle then

AC = BC = r

2

( h 1) + ( k 4 ) = ( h + 1) + ( k 8 ) = r . (i)

Also l is tangent to circle

radius of circle = ar distance of C ( h, k ) form l

r =

h + 3k 3

r =

h + 3k 3

(1) 2 + (3)2

10

. (ii)

( h 1)

+ ( k 4) =

( h + 1)

+ ( k 8)

On squaring

( h 1)

+ ( k 4 ) = ( h + 1) + ( k 8 )

h 2 2h + 1 + k 2 8k + 16 = h 2 + 2h + 1 + k 2 16k + 64

h 2 2h + 1 + k 2 8k + 16 h 2 2h 1 k 2 + 16k 64 = 0

4h + 8k 48 = 0

h 2k + 12 = 0 . (iii)

Now from (i) & (ii)

h + 3k 3

2

2

( h 1) + ( k 4 ) =

10

On squaring

2

h + 3k 3

2

2

( h 1) + ( k 4 ) =

10

2

2

10 ( h 1) + ( k 4 ) = h 2 + 9k 2 + 9 + 6hk 18k 6h

2

2

10 h 2h + 1 + k 8k + 16 = h 2 + 9k 2 + 9 + 6hk 18k 6h

9h 2 + k 2 14h 62k 6hk + 161 = 0 . (iv)

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From (iii)

h = 2k 12 .. (v)

Putting in (iv)

2

9 ( 2k 12 ) + k 2 14 ( 2k 12 ) 62k 6 ( 2k 12 ) k + 161 = 0

25k 2 450k + 1625 = 0

k 2 18k + 65 = 0

ing by 25

k ( k 13) 5 ( k 13) = 0

k 2 13k 5k + 65 = 0

( k 13)( k 5 ) = 0

k = 13 or k = 5

Putting in eq. (v)

h = 2(13) 12

= 26 12 = 14

Now from (i)

2

r =

( h 1)

r =

(14 1)

(13)

+ ( k 4)

Putting in (v)

h = 2 ( 5 ) 12

= 10 12 = 2

Now from (i )

+ (13 4 )

+ (9)

169 + 81

( x 14 )

+ ( y 13) =

+ (5 4)

( 2 1)

250

= 1+1 = 2

Now eq. of circle with centre ( 2,5 )

and radius

2

+ ( k 4)

( h 1)

= 250

Now eq. of circle with centre (14,13)

( x 14 )

r =

2

2

( 2)

( x 2)

+ ( y 5) =

( x 2)

+ ( y 5) = 2

+ ( y 13) = 250

Question # 5

Radius of circle = r = a

circle lies in second quadrant and touching both the

axis therefore centre of circle is ( a, a )

So equation of circle

2

2

( x (a ) ) + ( y a ) = (a) 2

( a,a) a

a

x

x + 2ax + a + y 2ay + a a = 0

x 2 + y 2 + 2ax + 2ay + a 2 = 0

2

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Question # 6

Suppose

l1 : 3 x 2 y = 0

l2 : 2 x + 3 y 13 = 0

l1

S : x2 + y2 + 6x 4 y = 0

From S

2g = 6 , 2 f = 4 , c = 0

g = 3 ,

f = 2 ,

Centre C ( g , f ) = C ( 3, 2 )

Radius = r =

C( 3,2)

g2 + f 2 c

(3) 2 + (2) 2 0

= 9 + 4 = 0 = 13

Now to check l1 is tangent to circle, we find

3(3) 2(2) + 0

ar distance of l1 from centre =

(3) 2 + (2) 2

94

13

13

=

=

=

9+4

13

13

= 13 = radius of circle

l1 is tangent to given circle.

Now to check l2 is tangent to circle, let

2(3) + 3(2) 13

ar distance of l2 from centre =

(2) 2 + (3) 2

=

=

6 + 6 13

4+9

13

13

13

13

= 13 = Radius of circle

internally

Let C1 be centre and r1 be radius of circle S1 and C2 be

centre and r2 be radius of circle S2 .

Then they touch each other externally if

C1C2 = r1 + r2

r1

r2

C1

C2

S1

S2

r1 C1 C2

C1C2 = r2 r1

r2

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Question # 7

Let S1 : x 2 + y 2 + 2 x 2 y 7 = 0

S2 : x 2 + y 2 6 x + 4 y + 9 = 0

For S1 :

2 g = 2 , 2 f = 2 , c = 7

g =1 ,

f = 1 ,

Let C1 be centre and r1 be radius of circle S1 , then

C1 ( g , f ) = C1 ( 1,1)

r1

r2

C1

C2

S1

S2

g2 + f 2 c

Radius = r1 =

1+1+ 7

9 = 3

For S2 :

2 g = 6 , 2 f = 4 , c = 9

g = 3 ,

f =2

Let C2 be centre and r2 be radius of circle S2 then

C2 ( g , f ) = C2 ( 3, 2 )

Radius = r2 =

g2 + f 2 c

= (3) 2 + (2) 2 9 =

Now circles touch each other externally if

C1C2 = r1 + r2

(3 + 1) 2 + (2 1) 2 = 3 + 2

16 + 9 = 5

9+ 49

4 = 2

25 = 5

5 = 5

Hence both circles touch each other externally.

Question # 8

Suppose S1 : x 2 + y 2 + 2 x 8 = 0

S2 : x 2 + y 2 6 x + 6 y 46 = 0

For S1 :

2 g = 2 , 2 f = 0 , c = 8

g =1 ,

f =0

Let C1 be centre and r1 be radius of circle S1 then

C1 ( g , f ) = C ( 1,0 )

Radius = r1 =

=

r 1 C1 C2

r2

g2 + f 2 c

(1) 2 + (0)2 + 8

= 3

For S2 :

2 g = 6 ,

2f =6 ,

c = 46

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g = 3 ,

f =3

Let C2 be centre and r2 be radius of circle S2 then

C2 ( g , f ) = C2 ( 3, 3)

g2 + f 2 c

Radius = r2 =

Now circles touch each other internally if

C1C2 = r2 r1

9 + 9 + 46

64

=8

(3 + 1)2 + (3 0) 2 = 8 3

16 + 9 = 5

25 = 5 5 = 5

Hence circles are touching each other internally.

Question # 9

Given: Radius r = 2 ,

Tangent: x y 4 = 0 at A (1, 3)

Suppose C ( h, k ) be the centre then

AC = 2

2

( h 1) + ( k + 3) = 2

On squaring

2

2

( h 1) + ( k + 3) = 4

,-3)

A(1

ent

tang

2

C(h,k)

h 2 2h + 1 + k 2 + 6 k + 9 4 = 0

h 2 + k 2 2h + 6k + 6 = 0 .. (i)

k +3

Now slope of radial line AC =

h 1

1

Slope of line tangent =

=1

1

Since radial line is ar to tangent, therefore

(Slope of radial line) (Slope of tangent) = 1

k +3

(1) = 1

h

1

k + 3 = ( h 1) k = h + 1 3

k = h 2 .. (ii)

Putting in (i)

2

h 2 + ( h 2 ) 2h + 6 ( h 2 ) + 6 = 0

h 2 + h 2 + 4h + 4 2h 6h 12 + 6 = 0

2 h 2 4h 2 = 0

h 2 2h 1 = 0

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2 (2)2 4(1)(1)

h =

2(1)

2 4+4

2 8

=

2

2

22 2

=

= 1 2

2

=

k = 1 2 2

Putting h = 1 2 in (ii)

k = 1+ 2 2

k = 3 2

Now equation of circle with

k = 3+ 2

Now equation of circle with

Putting h = 1 + 2 in (ii )

x 1

Book:

) (

2) ( y + 3+

x (1 + 2)

y (3 2)

2)

2

= (2) 2

( x (1 2) ) ( y (3 + 2) )

( x 1 + 2 ) ( y + 3 2) )

2

= 4

= (2) 2

= 4

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