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1.in which geometry do lines no contain an infinite number of points?
(a) plane coordinate geometry
(b) discrete geometry
(c) graph theory
2. in which geometry do points have thickness?
(a) plane coordinate geometry
(b) discrete geometry
(c) graph theory
i think the answer is (b) for both problems but im not sure... please check my answers

PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!

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iii. parallelogram
iv. kite
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