rishabhmishra wrote:

Is Circle J centered on the origin?

(1) Point (x, 0) is on Circle J.

(2) Point (-x, 0) is on Circle J.

Individually both statements are clearly insuff..

Combined..

This tells us that the centre is on y-axis..

But the line x to (-x) can be diameter or a Chord..

So origin could be anywhere on y-axis..

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