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**sri340** 1) Points are collinear if _____________

2) Points are coplanar if ________________________________________…

3) How many points make up a plane ________________________________________

4) How many points make up space ________________________________________

5) How many distinct points are required to create a line ______________________

6) If two distinct points are given then a _____________________________line contains them both

7) Two distinct points determine a ______________________________

8) Through any two points there is / are how many planes ______________________

9) If two distinct lines intersect they lie in exactly ____________________ plane(s)

10) If two distinct planes intersect their intersection is a ________________________

11) Through any three points there is/are ____________________________ plane(s)

12) Through any three non-collinear points there is/are__________________ plane(s)

13) If you have a unique line and a non-linear point you will have ____________ planes that contain them

14) How many points determine a line ___________________________

15) Three ________________________________________ points determine a plane

16) Three ________________________________________… points lie on a line

17) How many lines are created with three non-collinear points _________________

18) How many lines are created with two intersecting planes ______________

19) How many lines are created with six coplanar points no three of which were collinear _______________

20) How many planes are created with four non-coplanar points no three of which were collinear _________

21) Given three collinear points X,Y,Z then Y is between X and Z if and only if

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