What is the simplest of all geometrical figures which has no size but has a position?
What is a set of points which extend infinitely in both directions called?
Name the set of points which is a part of a line with two end points.
How is a line PQ symbolically written?
The symbol of a line is ↔.
Hence, a line PQ is symbolically written as
How do you write a line segment AB symbolically?
What is the symbolic representation of a ray OP?
What are used to represent points?
What is the number of end points of a line?
What is a set of points extending infinitely in all directions on the same flat surface called?
How many lines can be drawn passing through a given point?
How many lines can you draw joining two distinct points in a plane?
Only one line can be drawn passing through two given points.
Three points P, Q and R are said to be collinear. Where do they lie?
The points P, Q, R, S, T ... lying on line ℓ are said to be collinear.
NOTE: Infinite number of points lying on same line are considered as collinear.
Four lines p, q, r and s are said to be concurrent. What do they pass through?
If the lines p, q, r and s are said to be concurrent they pass through the same point.
In the given figure what is point P called?
In the given figure, what are lines l, m and n called?
In the given figure, what are points P, O and Q called?
Which instrument is used to compare two line segments?
A divider is used to compare line segments.
Which of these instruments are used to construct a line segment?