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The line is part of the area it contains meaning that "on the line" is also "inside the area."

So, a player trips an opponent. This is a Direct Free Kick offense.

Also, it was a defender inside their own Penalty Area, this Direct Free Kick is now upgraded to a Penalty Kick.

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