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the locus of Y such that YD = DE,

(ii) the locus of Z such that it is equidistant from point B and point F.

(c) Hence, mark with the symbol x the intersection of the locus of Y and the locus of Z.

[5 marks]

Answer

(a)

(b) (i), (ii)

(c)

5. Diagram 5 in the answer space shows two squares, JKNP and KLMN, each with sides 4 cm.

X, V and Z are three moving points in the diagram.

(a) X moves such that it is equidistant from the straight lines JP and LM. By using the letters

in the diagram, state the locus of X.

(b) On the diagram, draw

(i) the locus of Y such that YN = 3 cm,

(ii) the locus of Z such that ZP = ZJ.

(c) Hence, mark with the symbol x for all the intersections of the locus of V and the locus of

Z.

[5 marks]

Answer:

(a)

(b) (i), (ii)

(c)

the locus of Y such that YD = DE,

(ii) the locus of Z such that it is equidistant from point B and point F.

(c) Hence, mark with the symbol x the intersection of the locus of Y and the locus of Z.

[5 marks]

Answer

(a)

(b) (i), (ii)

(c)

5. Diagram 5 in the answer space shows two squares, JKNP and KLMN, each with sides 4 cm.

X, V and Z are three moving points in the diagram.

(a) X moves such that it is equidistant from the straight lines JP and LM. By using the letters

in the diagram, state the locus of X.

(b) On the diagram, draw

(i) the locus of Y such that YN = 3 cm,

(ii) the locus of Z such that ZP = ZJ.

(c) Hence, mark with the symbol x for all the intersections of the locus of V and the locus of

Z.

[5 marks]

Answer:

(a)

(b) (i), (ii)

(c)