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Yes, any points that are located on the same line will also be on the same plane. You can have more than one plane intersect a given line, but any points on that line will necessarily be on all the planes that intersect that line.

Coplanar Points are points that lie on the same line.

Yes, of course! By definition a line is a planar figure, and all the points of the line are therefore coplanar.

No. In order to be coplanar, points have to be in the line.

Collinear points are points that lie on the same line, while coplanar points are points that lie on the same plane.

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Yes, any points that are located on the same line will also be on the same plane. You can have more than one plane intersect a given line, but any points on that line will necessarily be on all the planes that intersect that line.

How very interesting. And the question is ... ? Every line will intersect an infinite number of coplanar lines - not just "two or more".

A transverse line.

Coplanar Points are points that lie on the same line.

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No, they always are From Wikipedia.org, "The World's Encyclopedia" when I searched coplanar In geometry, a set of points in space is coplanar if the points all lie in the same geometric plane. For example, three distinct points are always coplanar; but four points in space are usually not coplanar. Since 3 points are always coplanar. A point and line are always coplanar

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It is a tranversal.

Yes, of course! By definition a line is a planar figure, and all the points of the line are therefore coplanar.

No. In order to be coplanar, points have to be in the line.

Collinear points are points that lie on the same line, while coplanar points are points that lie on the same plane.

Definition of Coplanar points: Coplanar means that the points are on the equal plane. Plane is a two-dimensional object, with as such is a bit more complicated.Collinear,line,plane and point are the related terms of coplanar.Points that are on the same plane. 2 points are alwayscoplanar...3 points are always coplanar...4 points are sometimes coplanar.