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.

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.

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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.