Hi @gregmat,

Question: C is a circle, L is a line, and P is a point on the line L. If C. L, and P are in the same plane and P is inside C, how many points do C and L have in common?

Answer: 2.

In this question, why it is assumed that line L crosses circle C completely (two points in common between C and L)? Wouldn’t be possible for line L to be discontinued after it reaches point P (one common point between C and L? The question does not specify a “Must” or a “Could”. Thanks for your help.