Q: Can more than one line be drawn through two points?

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Only one line can pass through two points, but this line can have different equations that could represent it. These are called dependent equations (because they represent the same line). * * * * * That is true for the Euclidean plane. But on surfaces that are not flat, there can be infinitely many lines through any pair of points.

There are 91 lines.

A straight line joining points on a circle is called a "chord" of that circle. If the line happens to pass through the center of the circle, then it's a "diameter" of that circle. The question asked about "points" on a circle, so two points on the circumference of that circle are being considered. (No line can join more than two points of a circle.)

A straight line, a curve, a plane. Probably many more options.

Three or more points that lie on the same straight line are called Collinear.

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There can only be one line segment between two points. If you only have two points, there's no way to create more than one line from one to the other without adding another point.

Only one line can pass through two points, but this line can have different equations that could represent it. These are called dependent equations (because they represent the same line). * * * * * That is true for the Euclidean plane. But on surfaces that are not flat, there can be infinitely many lines through any pair of points.

There are 91 lines.

Points on the same line are collinear (co-linear) points.

A straight line joining points on a circle is called a "chord" of that circle. If the line happens to pass through the center of the circle, then it's a "diameter" of that circle. The question asked about "points" on a circle, so two points on the circumference of that circle are being considered. (No line can join more than two points of a circle.)

It is a concave figure, which can only be formed in figures with four or more lines (quadrilaterals and above).

A straight line, a curve, a plane. Probably many more options.

Three or more points that lie on the same straight line are called Collinear.

You have to have three or more points to have non-colinear points because any two points determine a line. Noncolinear are NOT on the same line.

well, a line consists of an infinite number of points the three important points on a line are start (the origin of the line) end (the end of the line) midpoint (halfway across the line)

Yes since 3 non-collinear points determine a plane. Of course one can take any two of the three points and draw a line between them. There are an infinite number of planes going through this line. Now pick on more point, not on the line, and those three points uniquely determine a plane.