No, two points are always collinear. I think 3 points are always coplanar.
"Collinear" means "on the same straight line".Two points are always collinear, because you can always draw a straight linebetween any two points. Three points may or may not be collinear.
Yes. Any two points are always collinear.
Non-collinear means that the points are not in a line. If only two points are given, they are always collinear.
Any two points are always collinear, since you can draw a straight line passing through any two points.
In order for three or more points to be collinear, they must lie on the same line. Two points would always be collinear. Noncollinear are points that do not lie in the same line.
what is The set of all points collinear to two points?
Two intersecting lines can always cover three non-collinear points.
Collinear points are points that lie on the same line. Noncollinear points do not lie on the same line. Any two points are always collinear, i.e. forming a line. Three or more points can be collinear along a single line.Collinear points lies on the same straight line.
No. points are collinear only when they are on the same line
Collinear means in the same straight line. And since a line consists of an infinite number of points, collinear has an infinite number of points - not just 3. n the other hand, while any two points must be collinear (they have to both be on the line that joins them), it is always possible to find a third point which is not collinear with the first two (Euclid).