First, you draw a number line. You then make points for the counting numbers, and place the mixed numbers and decimals between these points, getting their own points and labels.
non collinear point or points? no collinear points are points not on the same line. keep in mind that you have to have at least 3 points to make that happen.
no, they make a line segment.
no just jocking
One point cannot make a line or even a piece of a line. You need at least two points (in projective geometry) and infinitely many in classic geometry.
any points along the line described by the equation x=anything will give you a vertical line on a graph
A line segment in geometry is a distinctive line that has end points.
At least 3
You can draw a line graph if you have-- the slope of the line and one point on the lineOR-- two points on the line
One line only. This is because by definition a line only needs two points. Three points not in a line would make a plane when connected. Two points, when connected, form a line in which there is only one way to pass through points a and b.