Hi again, i have another locus problem, this time: Find the equation of the locus of a point P(x,y) that moves so that the ratio of PA to PB is 3:2, where A=(-6,5) and B=(3,-1)
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Originally Posted by moeyfrompunchy Hi again, i have another locus problem, this time: Find the equation of the locus of a point P(x,y) that moves so that the ratio of PA to PB is 3:2, where A=(-6,5) and B=(3,-1) Find, using the distance formula the magnitude of PA and PB in terms of x and y. Set up an equation such that the ratio of PA to PB is always 3 to 2.
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