Q: Whit is the greatest number of planes determined by four noncollinear points?

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3 non-collinear points define one plane.

1, exactly 1 plane will

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two of the faces of a cylinder are circles circles have an infinite number of lines of symmetry therefore cylinders have an infinite number of planes of symmetry

No, the two planes intersect at a line, which is an infinite number of points.

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1 line cause every plane contains atleast 3 or more noncollinear points

4 planes.

exactly one and only one.

3 non-collinear points define one plane.

The answer depends on the number of point. One point - as the question states - cannot be non-collinear. Any two points are always collinear. But three or more points will define a plane. If four points are non-coplanar, they will define four planes (as in a tetrahedron).

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1, exactly 1 plane will

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If the points are collinear, the number of possible planes is infinite. If the points are not collinear, the number of possible planes is ' 1 '.

6*5/2 = 15 planes.

You can have an infinite number of planes passing through three collinear points.

Only one plane can pass through 3 non-collinear points.