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# In geometry is a partially opened newspaper a plane?

Updated: 4/28/2022

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It is the intersection of two planes at the spine of the paper -- two flat regions represented by the two pages of the newspaper. Each is a separate plane, and they cannot be coplanar since there is an angle between them. If you lay the paper out flat, they become a single plane.

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