Only one plane can pass through 3 non-collinear points.
If you are talking about straight lines, the answer is NONE, because that is what noncollinear means. If curves are allowed, then the answer is infinitely many.
Between 2 distinct points, there are an infinite number of planes that can be drawn in 3 dimensions
No, A plane can be drawn through any 3 points. If the 3 points are collinear then they make a line and a plane can contain a line. If the points are noncollinear then they can be used to form the corners of a triangle; all points of a triangle are in the same plane.
Yes a plane can always be drawn three any three points, whether they are linear or not.
Only one line can be drawn through eight points.
If the points are collinear, that means there's only one straight line. An infinite number of different planes can be drawn that contain one straight line.
depend how many points are them
A line of best fit