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Q: How many lines can be drawn through three noncollinear points?

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intersection of the lines drawn perpendicular to each side of the triangle through its midpoint

The Isosceles triangle only has one possible line of symmetry; and that is through the vortex, AKA: The middle, in a vertical line.

They are opposite parallel lines with points of (-2, 2) (2, 2) and (-2, -2) (2, -2)

A symmetrical shape is a mirror image of a shape when a line is drawn through it and some shapes have many lines of symmetry or none at all.

Assuming it is regular, there should be 6 lines of symmetry, three running from a tip to the tip opposite it, and three through the points that the tips meet.

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there are 6 lines can pass through 4 noncollinear points.

Only one line can be drawn through eight points.

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1 straight line. An infinite number of curved lines.

If you're talking about straight lines (not curves) the answer is one.

In Euclidian or plane geometry, there can be only one line through two fixed points. Lines cannot actually be drawn; if you see it it is not a geometric line. If the points are on a curved surface as in a geometry that is non-Euclidian, then there can be infinitely many lines connecting two points.

An infinite number of lines can be drawn through a single point, but only one through two points (of course, if the points don't have the same coordinates).

There is only one possible line that can can through two different points, presuming there are no overlaps.

There is only one possible line that can can through two different points, presuming there are no overlaps.

There are 91 lines.

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