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Which of the following pairs of distinct lines or line segments cannot be parallel?

(A) Two chords of a circle
(B) Two tangents to a circle
(C) Two diameters of a circle
(D) A chord of a circle and a tangent to the circle
(E) A diameter of a circle and a tangent to the same circle.
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C. There can only be one diameter. So the question of 2 diameters is out of question

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Which of the following pairs of distinct lines or line segments cannot be parallel?

(A) Two chords of a circle
(B) Two tangents to a circle
(C) Two diameters of a circle
(D) A chord of a circle and a tangent to the circle
(E) A diameter of a circle and a tangent to the same circle.

Visualize the diagrams (Only 5 sec required to solve the question)

diameter is the longest chord of a circle , hence answer will be (C)

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C. There can only be one diameter. So the question of 2 diameters is out of question

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There can be infinite diameters in a circle. It's just that those diameters will have to intersect each other.
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