Q. 15

# Given 4 distinct points in a plane. How many lines can be drawn using them, when(A) all the 4 points are collinear?(B) When no three of the four lines are collinear?

Answer :

(A) one

If all the 4 points are collinear then exactly one line can be drawn from them

(B)

6 lines can be drawn when no three of the four lines are collinear.

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