Points that lie on the same line are called collinear points.

Points A, O, and K are collinear points because they lie on a line. To be specific, they are found on line \(n\).

Similarly, points B, O, and G are also collinear points because they lie on a line. They are found on line \(m\).

On the contrary, points A, O, and G are **NOT** collinear because there is no single line that can pass through them.

In the same way, points B, O, and K are **NOT** collinear because no line that can pass through them.