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CAT 2020 Set-3 | Question: 65
The vertices of a triangle are $(0,0), (4,0)$ and $(3,9).$ The area of the circle passing through these three points is $\frac{14 \pi}{3}$ $\frac{12 \pi}{5}$ $\frac{123 \pi}{7}$ $\frac{205 \pi}{9}$
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CAT 2020 Set-3 | Question: 68
The points $(2,1)$ and $( – 3, – 4)$ are opposite vertices of a parallelogram. If the other two vertices lie on the line $x + 9y + c = 0,$ then $\text{c}$ is $12$ $14$ $13$ $15$
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CAT 2017 Set-2 | Question: 83
The points $\left ( 2,5 \right )$ and $\left ( 6,3 \right )$ are two end points of a diagonal of a rectangle. If the other diagonal has the equation $y=3x+c$, then $c$ is $-5$ $-6$ $-7$ $-8$
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CAT 2016 | Question: 90
The points of intersection of three lines $2\text{X} + 3\text{Y} – 5 = 0, 5\text{X} – 7\text{Y} + 2 = 0$ and $9\text{X} – 5\text{Y} – 4= 0$ form a triangle are on lines perpendicular to each other are on lines parallel to each other are coincident
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CAT 2019 Set-1 | Question: 77
With rectangular axes of coordinates, the number of paths from $(1,1)$ to $(8,10)$ via $(4,6)$, where each step from any point $(x,y)$ is either to $(x,y+1)$ or to $(x+1, y)$, is _______
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CAT 2019 Set-1 | Question: 80
Let T be the triangle formed by the straight line $3x+5y-45=0$ and T the coordinate axes. Let the circumcircle of T have radius of length L, measured in the same unit as the coordinate axes. Then, the integer closest to L is ______
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CAT 2013 | Question: 30
The line $\text{L}$ passing through the points $(1,1)$ and $(2,0)$ meets the $y$-axis at $\text{A}$. The line through the point $\left(\dfrac{1}{2},0 \right)$ and perpendicular to $\text{L}$ meets the $y$-axis at $\text{B}$ and $\text{L}$ at $\text{C}$. Find area of the triangle $\text{ABC}$ $\dfrac{25}{16} \\$ $\dfrac{16}{9} \\$ $\dfrac{32}{19} \\$ $\dfrac{40}{23}$
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CAT 2012 | Question: 21
In the figure given, $\text{OABC}$ is a parallelogram. The area of the parallelogram is $21$ sq units and the point $\text{C}$ lies on the line $x= 3$. Find the coordinates of $\text{B}$. $(3,10)$ $(10,3)$ $(10,10)$ $(8,3)$
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CAT 2009 | Question: 19
There are three coplanar parallel lines. If any $p$ points are taken on each of the lines, then find the maximum number of triangles with the vertices of these points. $p^{2}(4p-3)$ $p^{3}(4p-3)$ $p(4p-3)$ $p^{3}$
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CAT 2005 | Question: 12
Consider a triangle drawn on the $\text{X-Y}$ plane with its three vertices at $(41, 0), (0, 41),$ and $(0, 0)$ each vertex being represented by its $\text{(X, Y)}$ coordinates. The number of points with integer coordinates inside the triangle (excluding all the points on the boundary) is $780$ $800$ $820$ $741$
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