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# Collinear, Non collinear

take four points P,Q,R,S in a plane.Draw lines by joining different pairs of points.How many lines can you draw in the following cases?                     (i) No three of them are collinear. (ii) Three of these points are collinear.

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### What is collinear and non collinear points - Answers.com

Collinear pointsPoints that lie on the same line are called collinear points. If there is no line on which all of the points lie, then they are non collinear points.

### Noncollinear | Define Noncollinear at Dictionary.com

Noncollinear definition, lying in the same straight line. See more.

### Definition of Collinear Points | Define Collinear Points ...

Three non-collinear points form a triangle. Video Examples: What are collinear points. Example of Collinear Points .

### What is a non collinear point - Answers.com

Definition for collinear and non collinear Points that lie on the same line are called collinear points. If there is no line on which all of the points lie, then they ...

### Collinear and non-collinear points Sheet 1

Collinear and non-collinear points a) Points T, U and V are collinear. b) Point U is collinear with the points R and S. c) Points S, R and Q are not collinear.

### What is non collinear points - Definition and Meaning - Math ...

Learn what is non collinear points. Also find the definition and meaning for various math words from this math dictionary.

### What are non-collinear points? | Reference.com

Non-collinear points are any group of three or more points that do not fall on the same straight line. More than two points in the group are needed for non-collinear ...

### Mathwords: Noncollinear

Noncollinear. Points that do not all lie on a single line. See also. Collinear : this page updated 21-feb-16 Mathwords: Terms and Formulas from Algebra ...

### Define Non-Collinear Points at Algebra Den

Hence they are called Non-Collinear Points. Difference between collinear and non-collinear points. Follow us on : Study More Solved Questions / Examples .

### Collinear | Define Collinear at Dictionary.com

noncollinear, adjective. Dictionary.com Unabridged ... The collinear centres are the three sets of one external and two internal centres, and the three external centres.

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### is the sqare root of 6 rational or irrational and why?

######### the werd is NON rashunal ########### root(6) is NON NON NON NON NON NON

### Choose all of the terms that best describe each of the sets of lines or points. Lines AB and CG

Since we have no description of the lines AB  and CG, all we can do is to generalise. Two points are always collinear. Therefore AB are collinear. Points C and G  can both be collinear, or just one, or neither with respect to AB. If y=ax+b is satisfied by A and B, then C Aand G must also satisfy the same linear equation to be collinear. For lines of finite length it can be argued that points are collinear if they are all on the same line or on that line extended. y=ax+b is a line of infinite length, of which AB is a line segment, then C and G can be regarded as collinear with A and B if they both satisfy y=ax+b. Three points are always coplanar, so A, B and C or A, B and G are coplanar. The remaining point may not lie in the same plane. All lines that are not parallel must intersect (if the lines are open ended). Parallel lines (lines with the same slope) don't intersect. Once again if AB and CG are line segments, they may intersect only if they're extended, and that would mean they weren't parallel.

### What is the probability there are exactly 5 blue M&Ms?

If there are N in total in the bag, including B blues. N is greater than or equal to 20 and N-B are not blue. The values of N and B haven't been given. The probability of selecting one blue is B/N and of selecting a different colour is (N-B)/N or 1-(B/N). Having selected a blue already, there are now N-1 M&Ms left in the bag, including B-1 blues. The probability of selecting a second blue is (B-1)/(N-1); the probabilities of a third, fourth and fifth blue are respectively (B-2)/(N-2), (B-3)/(N-3), (B-4)/(N-4). The combined probability is B(B-1)...(B-4)/(N(N-1)...(N-4)). We now have all the blues we need, so the remaining 15 sweets must be non-blue. So we continue with the sixth selection: (N-B)/(N-5); and the 7th: (N-B-1)/(N-6), and so on up to the 20th: (N-B-9)/(N-14). Combine the product of these probabilities with the earlier ones and we get: B(B-1)...(B-4)(N-B)(N-B-1)...(N-B-9)/(N(N-1)...(N-14)). Call this P. But we're not finished, because we have only included one permutation, that where 5 blues come first and 15 non-blues follow. We're only interested in the combination of blues and non-blues, not their order. So we need to multiply our combined probability by the number of different ways we can arrange 5 blues and 15 non-blues. This is given by the expression: 20*19*18*17*16/(1*2*3*4*5)=15504. Mathematically it's represented by the nCr function, which produces the number of ways of arranging r objects out of n objects. nCr=nC(n-r) so 20C15 is the same number as 20C5. We have only two types of object, blue and non-blue sweets, so the combined probability we got earlier is too low by a factor of 15504, so the true answer is 15504P.

### do three non-intersecting lines make a plane?

do three non-intersecting lines make a plane? how we make plane by 3 non-intersecting lines? No, not necessarily. Imagine one line lying on the ground and another line, several inches away, extending from the ground up into the sky. Not on the same plane. If the lines are parallel, they can identify a plane if they are "side by side." However, if one of them is "above" or "below" the others, again, no plane. If you look at the lines from the "side" and the two further lines are completely in the "shadow" of the nearer line, you have a plane.

### Use the concept of slope to determine whether the three points are collinear. (0, 2), (8, −8), (−3, 10) The three points are collinear. The three points are not collinear.

If the points are co-linear, the slopes between the first and second and second and third will be the same. (-8-2)/(8-0) and (10-(-8))/(-3-8). That is, -10/8=-5/4 and 18/-11=-18/11. These two slopes are not the same, so the points are not co-linear.

### what are the 5 non-rottenary,non-conventional problems w/ solutions about measurements.

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### How to plot

I guess you want to use Excel to plot a binomial distribution where the probability is p=0.25. Excel will plot a graph for non-cumulative and cumulative distribution. You use the BINOMDIST statistical function, which has 4 parameters:   number of successes (x axis); total number of trials, n; the probability, p; whether cumulative or not. You set these up in a table for Excel to use to do the plots, with a fixed cell for the probability and columns for the number of successes and the corresponding values to contain the results of applying BINOMDIST.  The question asks for three graphs, so what could they be? The BINOMDIST function has 4 parameters, and the question supplies only one. So we can use Excel to plot graphs where the other parameters are different. We can change the number of trials; we can choose whether cumulative or non-cumulative; we can change the range of successes. So we set up three tables. The first table has fixed cells for n, p and cumulative=FALSE, and values in a column from 0 to n for the number of successes to be plotted; second table has the same but cumulative=TRUE; the third has a different n and successes column and cumulative can be either TRUE or FALSE. You would specify the continuous curve type of graph for Excel to plot the data as a curve and the result would show the typical bell-shaped binomial distribution curve for the non-cumulative distribution and the hill-shaped curve for the cumulative. To use the graphs, you read off for each x value (number of successes required) the percentage or fraction of the expected results. You would also title the graph, label its axes and show that p=0.25 is the active probability. Excel will allow you to customise how you want the graphs to look. [Non-cumulative means the exact number of successes expected in a given number of trials; cumulative means at least or at most the specified number of successes in a given number of trials.]