There are three parallel straight lines. Two points, 'A' and 'B', are marked on the first line, points, 'C and 'D' are

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Q 2433301242.     There are three parallel straight lines. Two points, 'A'
and 'B', are marked on the first line, points, 'C and 'D'
are marked on the second line; and points, 'E' and 'F,
are marked on the third line. Each of these 6 points
can move to any position on its respective straight
line.
Consider the following statements:

1. The maximum number of triangles that can be
drawn by joining these points is 18.

2. The minimum number of triangles that can be
drawn by joining these points is zero.

Which of the statement(s) given above is/are correct?
IAS 2006 Prelims
A

1 only

B

2 only

C

Both 1 and 2

D

Neither 1 nor 2

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