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C is a circle, L is a line, and P is a point on line L. If C [#permalink]
18 Jun 2018, 09:48

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C is a circle, L is a line, and P is a point on line L. If C, L, and P are in the same plane and P is inside C, how many points do C and L have in common?

Re: C is a circle, L is a line, and P is a point on line L. If C [#permalink]
28 Jun 2018, 12:05

Carcass wrote:

C is a circle, L is a line, and P is a point on line L. If C, L, and P are in the same plane and P is inside C, how many points do C and L have in common?

A. 0

B. 1

C. 2

D. 3

E. 4

Since point P lies in the circle and this point also on line, then there are two points that line touches the circle.

If we draw a line passing through the circle the line touches the circle twice. So 2.

Re: C is a circle, L is a line, and P is a point on line L. If C [#permalink]
28 Jun 2018, 12:29

Carcass wrote:

C is a circle, L is a line, and P is a point on line L. If C, L, and P are in the same plane and P is inside C, how many points do C and L have in common?

A. 0

B. 1

C. 2

D. 3

E. 4

From the diagram we can see that the line L passing trough the point P meets C in two points, SO option C

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