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## In arcs of circles method, the foci are constructed by drawing arcs with centre as one of the ends of the axis and the radius equal to the half of the axis. |

A. | minor, major |

B. | major, major |

C. | minor, minor |

D. | major, minor |

Answer» A. minor, major | |

Explanation: in arcs of circles method, the foci are constructed by drawing arcs with centre as one of the ends of the minor axis and the radius equal to the half of the major axis. this method is used when we know only major and minor axes of the ellipse. |

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