gremather wrote:
I gave my answer C). Even if the points can be anywhere, shouldn't their distance be essentially the same? What I mean is that the distance between P and Q is the same as Q and P and the distance of R and S is the same as P and Q. So T is the midpoint and my answer followed from that.
NO, Please check it. As per question, P and Q are two different points on line l and R & S are two different points on line m. Line l is parallel to line m and the distance between P & Q is same as the distance between R & S. Point 'T' is the midpoint of line segment PQ.
_______________P_______________T_______________Q__________________ l
Yes, l and are parallel.
Is Distance from T to R equal to Distance from T to S? _______________R_______________________________S__________________ n
No, Ans D