# LOCI

A line AB is of length 7 cm. What construction is used to make a locus of point P, that moves equidistant from both A and B?

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A line AB is of length 5 cm. What construction is used to make a locus of point P, that moves such that angle BAP is always 90°?

2 out of 15

What construction should be used to show the locus of the points equidistant from line AB in the rectangle ABCD?

3 out of 15

What construction should be used to show the locus of points equidistant from AB and AC in a trapezium ABCD?

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What construction should be used to show the locus of the points equidistant from point A in the rectangle ABCD?

5 out of 15

Two lines AB and PQ intersect. What construction is used to make a locus of point X, which is equidistant from the lines AB and PQ?

6 out of 15

The diagram below represents a circle with diameter AB. What does the line PQ represent?

7 out of 15

Consider a circle with diameter PQ. What is the locus of the point X, such that angle XPQ is 90°?

8 out of 15

Consider the angle ABC shown in the figure below. What construction is used to make the locus of point equidistant from line AB and AC?

9 out of 15

Consider the rectangle ABCD shown in the diagram below. What does the shaded region represent?

10 out of 15

Look the diagram below. XY is a line of length 6cm. What does the line AB and PQ represent?

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Look at the triangle XYZ shown in figure below. What does the shaded region represent?

12 out of 15

Consider the triangle ABCD in the figure below. What does the shaded region represent?

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Consider the angle ABC=60° shown in the figure below. What angle would the locus of points equidistant from line AB and AC make with AB?

14 out of 15

What does the shaded region represent in the figure below?

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