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Define Collinear Points

Collinear Points

Collinear as the word symbolises -
"Co" means Together and
"Linear" means on the line.


So, Collinear Points are those points which falls on the same line.

Below diagram represent, Collinear Points A, B & C.



In the above Diagram, Points A, B and C falls on the same line and
Hence they are called Collinear Points.







Difference between collinear and non-collinear points



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