Let the centre of a circle C be $$(\alpha, \beta)$$ and its radius $$r < 8$$. Let $$3 x+4 y=24$$ and $$3 x-4 y=32$$ be two tangents and $$4 x+3 y=1$$ be a normal to C. Then $$(\alpha-\beta+r)$$ is equal to :

Let A be the point $$(1,2)$$ and B be any point on the curve $$x^{2}+y^{2}=16$$. If the centre of the locus of the point P, which divides the line segment $$\mathrm{AB}$$ in the ratio $$3: 2$$ is the point C$$(\alpha, \beta)$$, then the length of the line segment $$\mathrm{AC}$$ is :

A line segment AB of length $$\lambda$$ moves such that the points A and B remain on the periphery of a circle of radius $$\lambda$$. Then the locus of the point, that divides the line segment AB in the ratio 2 : 3, is a circle of radius :

Let O be the origin and OP and OQ be the tangents to the circle $$x^2+y^2-6x+4y+8=0$$ at the points P and Q on it. If the circumcircle of the triangle OPQ passes through the point $$\left( {\alpha ,{1 \over 2}} \right)$$, then a value of $$\alpha$$ is :