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Points, Lines, Angles, and Planes

Points, Lines, Angles, and Planes

Points, Lines, Angles, and Planes: Plane and Simple True or False

1. Two lines never intersect. What can we conclude about them? -> They are parallel and not skew
2. Any three points are… -> coplanar but not necessarily collinear
3. How many coordinates are necessary to specify a point on a plane? -> 3
4. When two planes intersect in three-dimensional space, which of the following is formed? -> A line
5. How many lines can a single plane contain? -> 0
6. Which of the following points lies on both plane  and plane ?

-> D

7. Which of the following points are on neither plane  nor on plane ?

-> D

8. What is the midpoint of AC?

-> (-1, 1)

9. What is the length of AB?

-> 3

10. The midpoint of AD is B. What are the coordinates of D?

-> (-3, -4)


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