Algebra Den


[ Home ] [ My Account ] [ Contact us ]
Arithmetic
Additive Identity
Associative Property
Averages
Brackets
Closure Property
Commutative Property
Conversion of Measurement Units
Decimal
Distributivity of Multiplication over Addition
Divisibility Principles
Equality
Factors
Fractions
Fundamental Operations
H.C.F / G.C.D
Integers
L.C.M
Multiples
Multiplicative Identity
Multiplicative Inverse
Numbers
Percentages
Profit and Loss
Ratio and Proportion
Sieve of Eratosthenes
Simple Interest
Unitary Method
Algebra
Algebraic Equation
Algebraic Expression
Coefficient Of Variable
Constants
Order Relation
Transpose
Variables
Geometry
Basic Geometrical Terms
Circle
Curves
Angles
Define Line, Line Segment and Rays
Perpendiculars
Non-Collinear Points
Polygons and its Types
Rectangle
Square
Three dimensional object
Triangle
Trigonometry
Trigonometry & its Ratio
Data-Handling
Arithmetic Mean
Graphs
Median
Mode
Range
Misc Links
Contact us
Home >> Non-Collinear Points >>

Define Non-Collinear Points

Collinear Points

The points which do not lie on the same line are known as Non-Collinear Points

Below diagram represent, Non-Collinear Points P, Q, R & S.




In the above Diagram, Points P, Q, R & S does not falls on the same line and
Hence they are called Non-Collinear Points.






Difference between collinear and non-collinear points



Study More Solved Examples

  • Demonstrate how three non-collinear points, when joint together, makes a polygon, and name the resultant polygon.
  • In the following diagram, mark collinear and non-collinear points.


  • Mark three non- collinear points X, Y and Z in such a way that they form a triangle.
  • Mark four non-collinear points a, b, c and d in such a way that they form a closed figure. And name the closed figure thus formed.
  • In the following diagram, mark collinear and non-collinear points.


  • In the following diagram, mark collinear and non-collinear points.



  • Terms & Conditions

    All rights reserved
    Subscribe
    &
    Study More Algebra Topics