# How many lines is 5 distinct points

## How many lines can 5 distinct points determine?

**5_C_2 = 10**.

## How many lines are distinct points?

**three lines**are possible with the help of three distinct points.

## How many lines is 4 distinct points?

**SIX**. Step-by-step explanation: considering no three lines are in same line. It will make a rectangle or square or quadrilateral.

## How many lines is two distinct points?

**one line**can pass through two distinct points.

## What is distinct point?

**determine exactly one line**. That line is the shortest path between the two points. … It is this property which makes the plane “flat.” Two distinct lines intersect in at most one point; two distinct planes intersect in at most one line. If two coplanar lines do not intersect, they are parallel.

## How many points are there in the intersection of distinct lines *?

**most one point**. This will be true no matter how many dimensions we’re in, as long as we’re in a standard Euclidean geometry.

## What are two distinct points?

**determine a unique line passing through both of them**.

## How many lines is three distinct points Class 9?

**one line**is possible and if the three points are not collinear then three lines are possible.

## What are two distinct line meeting at a point called?

**intersecting lines**.

## What are distinct lines?

**if they intersect at one and only one point or if they are parallel**, that is there is no point of intersection between them. Thus the two opposite sides of a parallelogram are distinct lines. Any two adjacent sides of a triangle are also distinct lines.

## How many least number of distinct points determine a unique line?

Therefore, a minimum of two distinct points are required to determine a unique line.

## What determines a unique line?

**Every pair of two points**will have a unique line passing through them.

## How do you count distinct line segments?

## What is the least number of distinct points required?

Therefore, a minimum of three distinct non collinear points are required to get a unique plane.

## How many points are required to draw a unique line?

A minimum of 2 points are required to draw a unique line for a given equation. What is the minimum number of rays required to form the image of a point?

## What is the least number of points that can determine a line?

**two points**to determine a line.

## How many planes can be made to pass through three distinct points?

**an infinite number of planes**can be made to pass through three collinear points.

## How many lines can be drawn through a point?

**Infinite line**can be drawn through a given point.

## How many lines can be drawn through both of the given points?

Infinite lines. Number of straight lines that can pass through 2 points A and B = 1.

## How many lines pass through three distinct non linear points?

**three lines**.

## How many planes contain 3 collinear points?

**one plane**. 4. Two intersecting lines are contained in exactly one plane.

## How many planes can contain 2 points?

Through any two points there exists exactly one line. A line contains at least two points. If two lines intersect, then their intersection is exactly one point. Through any three non-collinear points, there exists exactly one plane.

## How many line segments can be formed with 6 distinct points?

**15 lines**!

## How many lines can go through 3 points?

If A, B and C are collinear, one line passes through all 3 points. If A, B and C are not collinear, there are 3 lines: line AB, line BC and line AC.

## Can a plane have 4 points?

Four points (like the corners of a tetrahedron or a triangular pyramid) will not all be on any plane, though triples of them will form four different planes. Stepping down, two points form a line, and there wil be a fan of planes with this line (like pages of an open book, with the line down the spine of the book).