**Question:**

Which of the following statements is not true?

(a) If a point *P* lies inside a circle, no tangent can be drawn to the circle passing through *P*.

(b) If a point *P* lies on a circle, then one and only one tangent can be drawn to the circle at *P*.

(c) If a point *P* lies outside a circle, then only two tangents can be drawn to the circle from *P*.

(d) A circle can have more than two parallel tangents parallel to a given line.

**Solution:**

(d) A circle can have more than two parallel tangents, parallel to a given line.

This statement is false because there can only be two parallel tangents to the given line in a circle.