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How do we find the locus of points?

- A locus is a general graph of a given equation
- The locus is the set of all points that makes all the other points the same to the given condition
- There are 5 different locus

1. The locus of points equidistant ( the equal distance from another point)
from a __single point.__
- Using the origin and forming a circle at the same distant all around the center( origin)

The locus of 1 unit from point A.

2. The locus of points equidistant from __two fixed points.__
- Forming a line through the middle of the two points

The locus of points P and Q is :

3. The locus of points from a __single line__.
- Two parallel lines would be equidistant formed on opposite side from the original line

4. Locus of points equidistant from __two parallel lines.__
- a line would be through the middle of the two lines.

5. The locus of points from __two intersecting lines__.
- two intersecting lines halfway between the two original lines.

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