one point can form a line! horizontally or vertically... but a line doesn't need any points.
any given line can have an infinite number of possible points.
Any line segment has infinitely many points and each one of them is specific to that line segment.
In theory, yes. Otherwise, no, since there are infinitely many points in any line segment.
It takes exactly 2 distinct points to uniquely define a line, i.e. for any two distinct points, there is a unique line containing them.
Any two points have to be on some line.
A line has an infinite amount of points.
Any line segment, no matter how short it is, has an infinite number of points.
Equivalently, how many points does any linear graph contain? Equivalently, how many points does any line contain? Infinity.
Any two points lie on the same line, since a line can be drawn through any two points.Three points that lie on the same line are described as being "collinear" points.
There are no planes containing any number of given points. Two points not the same define a line. Three points not in a line define a plane. For four or more points to lie in the same plane, three can be arbitrary but not on the same line, but the fourth (and so on) points must lie in that same plane.
You have to have three or more points to have non-colinear points because any two points determine a line. Noncolinear are NOT on the same line.