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3.1-3.2 - Copy - one point h Postulate 5(The Plane-Space...

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Chapter 3 - Lines, Planes and Seperation A) Space a. Is the set of all points b. Drawings i. Two types 1. 2. c. Edges The segments CD BD BC AD AC AB , , , , , are called edges The points A, E and B all lie on a single line, so they are called collinear

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d. Collinear i. A set of points is collinear if there is a line which contains all the points of the set e. Coplanar i. A set of points is coplanar if there is a plane which contains all points of the set ii. Look at the pyramid 1. Example of coplanar? 2. Non coplanar? f. The line postulate i. g. Theorem 3-1 i. If two different lines intersect, their intersection contains only
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Unformatted text preview: one point h. Postulate 5 (The Plane-Space Postulate) i. (a) Every plane contains at least three different noncollinear points ii. (b) Space contains at least four different noncoplanar points (This is another way of saying that planes are wide and space is not flat) i. A book note on page 54 middle of the page i. When the book says two planes or two lines, it is referencing two different planes or lines. But if they just say P and Q are points, then they could be equal Homework #7...
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