Yes. Any two points are always coplanar.
If two points are coplanar, they lie on the same plane.
In 3-dimensional space, yes, any three points are coplanar.
Any set of points that are collinear must be coplanar.
Definition of Coplanar points: Coplanar means that the points are on the equal plane. Plane is a two-dimensional object, with as such is a bit more complicated.Collinear,line,plane and point are the related terms of coplanar.Points that are on the same plane. 2 points are alwayscoplanar...3 points are always coplanar...4 points are sometimes coplanar.
Points that lie on the same plane are coplanar. Generally, three points have to be coplanar, but more than that can be in any plane.
>Two points that lie on the same plane. Any pair of points on the plane will thus >form a line. (In most basic geometry classes, the majority of the class work is >only concerned with one plane) Any number of points can be coplanar. In fact, any 3 points are always coplanar, and if they are not colinear (all three on the same line), they define a unique plane.
Coplanar Points are points that lie on the same line.
Yes. In fact, any three are.
They need not be. The four vertices of a quadrilateral are coplanar but NOT collinear. On the other hand, any line (in Eucledian geometry) has an infinite number of points on it - all of which are coplanar.
This is a nonsense question. Any three point are always coplanar.