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 Three collinear points 2014-08-28 From jhanavi:p,q,r are three collinear points.p and q are(3,4) and (7,7) respectively and PR is equal to 10 units.find coordinates of RAnswered by Penny Nom. A trig problem 2014-04-25 From srishti:Consider the points P= (-sin(a-b),-cosa), Q=(cos(a-b),sina), R=(cos(a-b+c),sin(a-c), where 0Answered by Chris Fisher. A geometry word problem 2013-01-24 From Matthew:"G", "A" and "B" are collinear. "A" is between "G" and "B". "GA" Is 14 less than 3 times "AB". "GB"=46 Find "GA" How would you solve this?Answered by Penny Nom. Collinear 2008-09-08 From Patrick:On page 17 of my son's 9th grade math book Geometry by Jurgensen, Brown, and Jurgensen (copyright 2004), the authors state from the diagram that you can conclude the points A, B, and C are collinear. In the diagram, the points A, B, and C appear to be situated on a straight line; however, nothing in the diagram states that it is a straight line. I told him that you can't conclude they are collinear because angle ABC could be 179.9 degrees instead of 180 degrees since nothing in the diagram states otherwise. His teacher marked his answer incorrect on a test but I still believe that I am correct. How do conclude points are collinear if nothing tells you that they are situated on a line?Answered by Harley Weston. collinear points 2007-10-26 From Carl:the points H,S,D,K,L, and B are collinear. KS+SB=KB DH+HS=DS DH+HK=DK point L and B are not between any other labeled points on the line. <------------------------------------------------------------------------->Answered by Penny Nom. What is the angle between 2 non-collinear parallel lines? 2005-10-17 From Ben:What is the angle (if any) between 2 non-collinear parallel lines?Answered by Chris Fisher and Walter Whiteley. Collinear Points 2003-01-13 From Gary:Which of the 4 points are collinear when you construct the following concurrent lines or rays of a triangle? P(1), the point where the angle bisectors intersect. P(2), the point where the altitudes (or extensions) intersect (inside or outside of the triangle). P(3), the point where the medians intersect. P(4), the point where the perpendicular bisectors (or extensions) of the three sides of a triangle intersect. This is for my 9-12 high school class in geometry. My name is Gary Thanks for your help. GaryAnswered by Harley Weston and Chris Fisher. How many intersections? 1997-10-08 From James:(a) A collection of eight points, no three collinear. If lines are drawn between each pair of these points, how many points of intersection would there be? (b) what would your answer have been in part (a) if there had been n points to start with?Answered by Chris Fisher.

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