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A 60. and b its x+ v/ 3y-~2r=0, : Find the distance between two points whose polar coordinates are 61. (6,iir),(-3, ITT). 62. P is a point inside a parallelogram ABCD such that the area double the area PBAD: find the equation of the locus of P. PBCD is A point moves so that the ratio of its distances from the points 2 3 find the equation of its locus. Where docs the locus meet the axis of x ? 63. (-, 0), (a, 0) is 64. (*, y n ). is bisected at (ar 2 , t/ 2 ), t/ 3 ) AB divided at so that P3 (n- 1) so P,Cis divided at P2 so that 2PjP2 = P2 C, P2 Z) is that 3PoP3 = Pn D, and so on until Pn ^K is divided at Pn _, P,, Pn _^Vi = pn -i K - Find the coordinates of PM-1 .