What is the minimum number of points that are always collinear?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 2nd Aug, 2016, 03:23: PM
Three or more points are said to be collinear if they lie on a single straight line.
Two points are trivially collinear since two points determine a line.
Answered by | 2nd Aug, 2016, 05:23: PM
- Give three examples of Plane surfaces from your enviroment.
- Using a ruler, check whether the following points given in the figure below are collinear or not. (i) D, A and C (ii) A, B and C (iii) A, B and E
- Lines l, m and n are concurrent. Also, lines l, n and o are concurrent. Draw a figure to find out whether lines l, m, n and o are concurrent or not.
- Look at the figure and answer the questions: a) Name the collinear points. b) Write 4 groups of non-collinear points. c) Name the concurrent lines and their point of concurrence.
- Define the below:a) Concurrent lines. b) Plane.
- Name three collinear points in the figure.
- What is a plane?
- In the figure, are the given lines concurrent? If not, why?
- Draw four concurrent lines.
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