Section 1.1 Points, Lines, and Planes

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- Q1What is geometric term has no dimension and is represented by a dot?point10s
- Q2What geometric term has one dimension and is represented by a line with two arrowheads, but it extends without end?line10s
- Q3What geometric term has two dimensions and is represented by a shape that looks like a floor or a wall, but it extends without end?plane10s
- Q4What geometric terms consists of two endpoints and all point between them?segment10s
- Q5What geometric term consists of one endpoint and a line extending in one direction without end?ray10s
- Q6Between how many points does a line exist?421310s
- Q7Through how many noncollinear points does a plane exist?412310s
- Q8What term refers to points that lie on the same line?linearcoplanar pointscollinear pointsplanar10s
- Q9What terms refers to points that lie on the same plane?linearcollinear pointscoplanar pointsplanar10s
- Q10A, B, and C in this picture represent which geometric term?linesegmentraypoints10s
- Q11In the picture shown, figure 1 is an example of which geometric term?rayanglesegmentline10s
- Q12In the picture shown, figure 2 is an example of which geometric term?lineangleraysegment10s
- Q13In the picture shown, figure 3 is an example of which geometric term?linerayanglesegment10s