1.1.1 Points, Lines & Planes
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by Jason Appel
| 24 Questions
Note from the author:
Playlist
By the end of this playlist, I can:
-name and identify the 3 undefined terms in geometry (point, line, plane)
-define collinear, non-collinear, coplanar, and non-coplanar
1
1
I've completed the video or mini-lesson on points, lines & planes introduced.
True
False
2
1
I've completed the video or mini-lesson on colinear & coplanar points.
True
False
3
1
I've completed the video or mini-lesson on Intersections of Figures Explained.
True
False
4
1
I've completed each of the exercise sets above and feel ready to move on.
True
False
Ball A is in the man's pocket and ball C is in the air (being hit by the woman). The rest of the balls are on the ground.
5
5
1
Which sets of tennis balls are NOT coplanar. Check all that apply
A B C
A D G
F E G
A B E
B D E F
B D E A
B C D E
A F E G
A F E D
6
1
I've completed the video or mini-lesson on naming line segments
True
False
7
1
I've completed the video or mini-lesson on naming lines
True
False
8
1
I've completed the video or mini-lesson on naming rays
True
False
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10
11
12
13
14
15
9
10
Line XY intersects plane M and point O.
True
False
10
10
Plane M intersects line XY in more than one point.

True
False
11
10
In the figure above, points T, O and R are collinear.
True
False
12
10
Points X, O and Y are collinear.
True
False
13
10
Points R, O, S and W are coplanar.
True
False
14
10
Points R, S, T and X are coplanar.
True
False
15
10
Points R, X, O and Y are coplanar.
True
False
16
10
A given point can be in two different lines.
True
False
17
10
A given point can be in ten different lines.
True
False
18
10
A given line can be in two different planes.
True
False
19
10
A given line can be in ten different planes.
True
False
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24
20
10
Name a fourth point that is in the same plane as points A, B & C.
21
10
Name a fourth point that is in the same plane as points E, F & H
22
10
Name a fourth point that is in the same plane as points D, C & H
23
10
Name a fourth point that is in the same plane as points B, G & H
24
10
Name the intersection of planes ABF and BCG.
Line BF
Line segment BF
C
D
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