Bunuel wrote:
If each of the two lines m and n are parallel to line p, which of the following must be true?
(A) Lines m, n and p lie in the same plane
(B) Lines m, n and p are in different planes
(C) Line m is parallel to line n
(D) Line m is the same line as line n
(E) Line m is the same line as line p
(A) Lines m, n and p lie in the same plane -
INCORRECTReasons: m and p could be in one plane and n and p could be in another plane hence not necessarily they all will be in same plane
(B) Lines m, n and p are in different planes -
INCORRECTReasons: m, n and p could all be in one plane as well
(C) Line m is parallel to line n -
CORRECTSince m and p are parallel on one part and n and p are parallel on other plane then there must be a plane containing lines n and m as well hence they must be parallel not necessarily in the same plane containing line p as well
(D) Line m is the same line as line n -
INCORRECT(E) Line m is the same line as line p -
INCORRECTANswer: Option C
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