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- Which statement is true about the points and planes Brainly?
- What are plane points?
- Which statement is correct about a line and a point?
- What is the minimum number of points required to make a plane?
- What is a two point postulate?
- When two planes intersect what do they form?
- Do 2 planes always intersect?
- Can three planes intersect at one point?
- What is the minimum number of intersecting lines that lay in a plane?
- What is the minimum number of points of intersection of four lines?
- What is the minimum number of points of intersection of three lines in a plane?
- What is the minimum number of points of intersection of three lines drawn in a plane?
- How many intersection points can three straight lines have?
- How many lines can be drawn to pass through two given points?
- Do any three points lie on a distinct line?
- What is the meaning of distinct?
- Is distinct from meaning?
- What is the meaning of distinct digit?
- Does distinct mean similar?
- What’s another word for distinct?

Answer: The statement that is true about the point and planes is: The line that can be drawn through points D and E is contained in plane γ.

A point in geometry is a location. It has no size i.e. no width, no length and no depth. A point is shown by a dot. A line is defined as a line of points that extends infinitely in two directions. A plane is named by three points in the plane that are not on the same line.

Answer Expert Verified “A line and a point can be collinear” is correct about a line and a point. extends in both directions without end (infinitely). In modern mathematics, a point refers usually to an element of some set called a space.

three points

two point postulate. through any two points, there is exactly one line. line-point postulate. a line contains at least two points.

line

ANSWER: Always; Postulate 2.5 states if two points lie in a plane, then the entire line containing those points lies in that plane. The intersection of two planes can be a point. SOLUTION: Postulate 2.7 states if two planes intersect, then their intersection is a line.

all three planes form a cluster of planes intersecting in one common line (a sheaf), all three planes form a prism, the three planes intersect in a single point.

2

zero

3 points

one line

However, three points can only lie on one distinct plane as the location of the third point together with the two colinear point form either three colinear points or a triangle which is a planar two dimensional polygon.

distinct, separate, discrete mean not being each and every one the same. distinct indicates that something is distinguished by the mind or eye as being apart or different from others. two distinct versions separate often stresses lack of connection or a difference in identity between two things.

phrase. If you say that you are talking about one thing as distinct from another, you are indicating exactly which thing you mean. There’s a lot of evidence that oily fish, as distinct from fatty meat, has a beneficial effect. See full dictionary entry for distinct.

In math, the term distinct number is used to refer to a number in a set that is not equal to another number. For example, the set of numbers {1, 2} contains the two distinct numbers 1 and 2, which can be proven by evaluating different traits of each number.

distinguished as not being the same; not identical; separate (sometimes followed by from): His private and public lives are distinct. different in nature or quality; dissimilar (sometimes followed by from): Gold is distinct from iron.

Some common synonyms of distinct are apparent, clear, evident, manifest, obvious, patent, and plain. While all these words mean “readily perceived or apprehended,” distinct implies such sharpness of outline or definition that no unusual effort to see or hear or comprehend is required.