In Euclidean geometry, how many lines can be drawn through a point
a) parallel to line

b) perpendicular to line

a)
To find:
The number of lines for given information.
Given:
The lines that can be drawn through a point
Approach:
From the Parallel postulate it is
b)
To find:
The number of lines for given information.
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