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    If P(1, 0), Q(– 1, 0) and R(2, 0) are three given points, then the locus of point S, which satisfies the relation (SQ)2 + (SR)2 = 2(SP)2, is (where SQ, SR and SP are line segments)

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    1. a straight line || to x-axis
    2. a circle through the origin
    3. a circle with centre at the origin
    4. a straight line || to y-axis
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