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โˆ™ 2015-02-06 22:42:35

No. Three points are always coplanar because you can always find a plane that passes through the three points, but three points are not always collinear because you can not always draw a straight line through all three points.

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not necessarily unless they lie in a straight line

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If four points are collinear are they also coplanar.?

Yes, they are.


If 4 points are coplanar are they also collinear?

true


Are points that are collinear also coplanar explain?

Points that are collinear will be located on the same line. A line is a subset of a plane. Therefore, Yes, points that are collinear will be located on the same plane.


If four points are collinear they are also coplanar?

Yes, since any line can be contained in a plane.


What is a two or three dimensional counterpart of a collinear?

Two points are collinear if there is a line going through them. A higher-dimensional counterpart to this is "coplanar": objects are coplanar if there is a plane that contains the objects. There's always a plane containing any three points, so you'd need at least four points (in at least three dimensions) for this distinction to be meaningful. However, it's also possible to discuss two or more coplanar lines, for example - if two lines are not coplanar, they are called skew. To visualize this, imagine a bridge crossing a river: the bridge and the river could be extended into lines that are not contained in any common plane. Beyond coplanar objects, it's possible to discuss "cospatial" objects that lie in the same three-dimensional space. However, you'd need at least four dimensions to even talk about this, since in three dimensions everything is cospatial, in a way. Another related concept to collinear is "concurrent." This refers to three or more lines (or circles) that all intersect at the same point.

Related questions

If three points are coplanar they are also collinear?

no.


Are collinear points also coplanar?

Yes, collinear points are also coplanar.


True or falseif three points are collinear they are also coplanar?

True.


If four points are coplanar then they are also collinear?

not necassarily


If four points are collinear they are also coplanar.?

Yes, they are.


If four points are collinear are they also coplanar.?

Yes, they are.


If 4 points are coplanar are they also collinear?

true


Are points that are collinear also coplanar explain?

Points that are collinear will be located on the same line. A line is a subset of a plane. Therefore, Yes, points that are collinear will be located on the same plane.


If four points are collinear they are also coplanar?

Yes, since any line can be contained in a plane.


Are three collinear points coplanar?

Yes. Three co-linear points define a line, and therefore also lie on a plane, but those three points do not necessarily define only one plane. You need three points, not co-linear, to uniquely define a plane. See Related Links below for more information.


If four points are collinear they are also coplaner?

I dont think that "If four points are collinear they are also coplaner," is the same thing as "If four points are coplaner they are also collinear,". The definition of collinear is at least three points on the same line. To define a plane is to have threenoncollinear points.


What is the intersection of two coplanar lines?

A point or, if the lines are also collinear, the line(s).

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