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How many points are On any line?

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A line is made up of an infinite number of points.

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How many points form a line?

one point can form a line! horizontally or vertically... but a line doesn't need any points.


How many points may a line contain?

any given line can have an infinite number of possible points.


What are the two specific points of a line segment?

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Line segment can be broken down into points?

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Two points on the same line?

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How many points does 78 segments have?

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How many ordered pairs does any linear graph contain?

Equivalently, how many points does any linear graph contain? Equivalently, how many points does any line contain? Infinity.


What do you call two points that lie on the same line?

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.


In general how many planes are there which contain any number of given points?

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Noncollinear points lie on the same line?

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