None, because a line goes on forever. A line can only have points.
A line segment has two end points.
A line is made up of an infinite number of points.
A line contains an infinite number of points but it takes only two points to determine a line.
Points are collinear if they are on the same line.
any given line can have an infinite number of possible points.
depend how many points are them
If 2 points determine a line, then a line contains infinitely many planes.
a line has to have at least 2 points.a plane has to have at least 3 points.______________It takes two points to define a unique line in Euclidean space. But every line and every line segment contains infinitely many points. The same is true for planes in Euclidean space. You need at least 3 points to define a unique plane, but every plane containes infinitely many points and infinitely many lines or line segments.
one point can form a line! horizontally or vertically... but a line doesn't need any points.