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@NishantThakre can't we take Q as (0,k) and P as (h,0) and the unknown point be (h,k)

@AnmolMarathe
Yes you can take P and Q like this
But then accordingly write the equation for circle

@NishantThakre said in Circles:
@AnmolMarathe
Yes you can take P and Q like this
But then accordingly write the equation for circle
But the unknown fixed point will not be (h,k)Why can't be (h,k)

@AnmolMarathe
h and k are constants you took by yourself
They(h and k) are not fixed
If your point's coordinates comes in terms of constants given in question then we can say that circle passes through a fixed point

@NishantThakre said in Circles:
@AnmolMarathe
h and k are constants you took by yourself
They(h and k) are not fixed
If your point's coordinates comes in terms of constants given in question then we can say that circle passes through a fixed pointOk
