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If P (q) and Q are two points on the ellipse , then locus of the mid – point of PQ is



 none of these
Hint:
Equation of ellipse =
The correct answer is:
Coordinate of Point P() = (a cos , b sin)
Coordinate of Point Q () = ( a cos() , )
Coordinate of Point Q () = ( a sin() , )
Let R be the midpoint of P and Q and coordinates of R = (h, k)
comparing with equation of ellipse i.e.
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