Q 1 : Number of lines that can be drawn through three non-collinear points, taking two points at a time is _____. three two one
Q 2 : Six points are on a paper such that not any three of them are collinear. Then number of lines that can be drawn joining two points at a time is _____. 5 10 15
Q 3 : A, B, C and D are four points such that not any three of them are on the same line. Then number of lines that can be drawn through them taking two points at a time is _____. four six two
Q 4 : The flat surface of a white board gives an idea of a _____. line plane point
Q 5 : 'A' and 'B' are two points on a paper. If a line is passing through 'A' and 'B', then the number of other lines that can be drawn through 'A' and 'B' is _____. one zero two many
Q 6 : The surface of a box, the cover page of a book etc., are examples of parts of _____. planes points lines
Q 7 : Number of lines that can be drawn through collinear points is _____. infinity one two
Q 8 : If C is not a point on the line AB, then A, B, C are called _____ points. collinear linear non-collinear
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