# If U lies on the same line as R and N, what terms describe the relationship that U has with R and N?

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B, C, D are correct

Step-by-step explanation:

Collinear, coplanar, and between the points

Step-by-step explanation:

Collinear means that the points are in the same line.

Coplanar means that the points are in the same plane.

Between the points is used when three points are in the same line an you want tro express that one of them is between the others.

So those three relationships can apply for the three points.

noncollinear not apply because it means that the points don't lie in a line.

If U lies on the same line as R and N, then R, U and N are on the same line.

In this situation, the points R, U and N are said to be collinear.

Collinear because any points that is "on" the same line is considered collinear. It can be Coplanar when any 3 points lie in the same plane, but this problem does not say that. It only asks if point U can be anywhere on the line including R and N. Hope this helps! :)

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Collinear because any points that is "on" the same line is considered collinear.

It can be Coplanar when any 3 points lie in the same plane, but this problem does not say that. It only asks if point U can be anywhere on the line including R and N.

Hope this helps! :) thanks to: Chaya1Cc for the most brainliest answer

THat would be collinear