Converging Lines

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Definition of Converging Lines

If a number of lines meet at a single point, then those lines are called as Converging Lines.

Example of Converging Lines


    As all the lines in the above figure are meeting at a single point, they are converging lines.

Video Examples: Discrete And Converging Lines


Solved Example on Converging Lines

Ques: Which of the figures has the lines P, Q, R, and S converging to the point A?

    Choices:
    A. Figure 1
    B. Figure 2
    C. Figure 3
    D. Figure 4
    Correct Answer: C

Solution:

    Step 1: If a number of lines meet at a single point, then those lines are called as Converging Lines
    Step 2: Here, the lines P, Q, R, and S in Figure 3 are meeting at point A
    Step 3: So, Figure 3 has the lines P, Q, R, and S converging to point A.

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