Noncollinear points are points which are not all on a common line.
Since collinear is points that lie on the same line, and you need two points to form a line so those 2 points are collinear. So the opposite of that is noncollinear.
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.
This is a geometry term. It's a point that does not pass or lie on the same line as another point.
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.
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.
Yes. In fact any three points that are not collinear define a plane and therefore MUST lie on a plane.
Collinear lines lie on the same straight line
they are noncolinear if there are more than 2 points, if not then any two points always lie on the same line
Not necessarily. Coplanar means that points lie on the same plane whereas collinear means that points lie on the same line. Points on a plane do not necessarily lie along the same line.