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Number of different circles that can be drawn touching 3 lines , no two of which are parallel and they are neither coincident nor concurrent are : (a). 1 (b). 2 (c). 3 (d). 4

Number of different circles that can be drawn touching 3 lines , no two of which are parallel and they are neither coincident nor concurrent are : 
(a). 1
(b). 2
(c). 3
(d). 4

Grade:12

2 Answers

Ritesh Yadav
26 Points
3 years ago
Suppose three lines are forming a triangle .So ,in this way 4 circles will be possible one interior and 3 exterior of triangle.
Arun
25763 Points
3 years ago
If three lines are given such that no two of them are parallel and they are not concurrent then a definite triangle is formed by them. There are four circles which touch sides of a triangle
 
3 ex circles while one in circle

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