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Smallest distance from point to a circle
The locus points that is equidistance from a fixed point is a
- A. Circle with that fixed point as center
- B. Line passing through the point
- C. Line round to the point
- D. Cube with the point as the center
The locus points that is equidistance from a fixed point is a circle having the point as the center and the constant equal distance of separation as the radius.
Now for the right answer to the above question:
- Option A is correct; the distance between the point and the locus is called radius, and the locus is a circle.
- Option B is incorrect; if the line passes through the point, then it is not always equidistant from the point.
- C is incorrect; if the line is curved unto the point, then it is not always equidistant from the point.
- D is not the correct answer. The joints of the cube will have higher distance than the sides.
You may please note these/this:
- A locus is a line in mathematical construction that follows a particular constraint or pathway.
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/ culled from 2015 JAMB-UTME mathematics past question 36 /