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A, B are fixed points. State the locus of the point P so that ∠APB = 60^{0}.

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**Solution:**

A shape or a curve is what "locus" essentially signifies. As we all know, a set of points creates any shape or curve. Therefore, "Locus" refers to a collection of points. A group of points that adhere to a set of rules are known as the locus.

It is given that

AB is a fixed line and P is a point such that ∠APB = 60^{0}

Here the locus of point P will be a major segment of circle where AB is a chord.

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