Let
AB

be
a
line
and
P
be
a
point
not
on


Let
AB

be
a
line
and
P
be
a
point
not
on

AB.
Through
P,
draw
a
line
ST
parallel
to

AB.
Now

join
P
to
any
point
Q
on
AB.

Choose
any
other
point
R
on
ST.
Through

R,
draw
a
line
parallel
to
PQ.​

1 thought on “Let<br /> AB<br /><br /> be<br /> a<br /> line<br /> and<br /> P<br /> be<br /> a<br /> point<br /> not<br /> on<br /><br /><br />”

  1. Answer:

    A——->———-B                

                S———->–|——-|—–T————— R  

                                 Q        P

    Step-by-step explanation:

    If P is not on AB it might be on ST . ST passing through P and Q is parallel to R which lies on ST as well.

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