If the orthocentre of the triangle, whose vertices are (1, 2), (2, 3) and (3, 1) is $$(\alpha,\beta)$$, then the quadratic equation whose roots are $$\alpha+4\beta$$ and $$4\alpha+\beta$$, is :

Let $$B$$ and $$C$$ be the two points on the line $$y+x=0$$ such that $$B$$ and $$C$$ are symmetric with respect to the origin. Suppose $$A$$ is a point on $$y-2 x=2$$ such that $$\triangle A B C$$ is an equilateral triangle. Then, the area of the $$\triangle A B C$$ is :

A light ray emits from the origin making an angle 30$$^\circ$$ with the positive $$x$$-axis. After getting reflected by the line $$x+y=1$$, if this ray intersects $$x$$-axis at Q, then the abscissa of Q is :

Let $$m_{1}, m_{2}$$ be the slopes of two adjacent sides of a square of side a such that $$a^{2}+11 a+3\left(m_{1}^{2}+m_{2}^{2}\right)=220$$. If one vertex of the square is $$(10(\cos \alpha-\sin \alpha), 10(\sin \alpha+\cos \alpha))$$, where $$\alpha \in\left(0, \frac{\pi}{2}\right)$$ and the equation of one diagonal is $$(\cos \alpha-\sin \alpha) x+(\sin \alpha+\cos \alpha) y=10$$, then $$72\left(\sin ^{4} \alpha+\cos ^{4} \alpha\right)+a^{2}-3 a+13$$ is equal to :