Given n points in a plane and no more than two points are collinear, the task is to count the number of triangles in a given plane.
Input : n = 3 Output : 1 Input : n = 4 Output : 4
Let there are n points in a plane and no three or more points are collinear then number of triangles in the given plane is given by
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