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**GreenDay14** I have a question here that says: A straight line cannot cut a circle at more than two points.

Obviously a straight line cannot cut at more than two points, because it can only:

i) not hit the circle at all

ii)be a tangent to the circle (only hit at once point)

iii)or go right through the circle and intersect at two points.

I assume this question is to be solved using a contradiction but I can not figure out how to write our a proof for this one.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks a lot.