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# The locus points that is equidistance from a fixed point is a…

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**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**

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**SOLUTION****… **** **

**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.**

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**You may please note the****se/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 /**