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A line contains at least 2 points.

many points, even curved line as long as the line is not broken it could go on for infinity!

They define one plane. A line is defined by two points, and it takes three points to define a plane, so two points on the line, and one more point not on the line equals one plane.

There are one or infinitely many points.

If the line is straight, then only one line may connect two points.

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A line contains at least 2 points.

one point can form a line! horizontally or vertically... but a line doesn't need any points.

There is only one line (or line segment) that can be drawn between two distince points.

Any line segment has infinitely many points and each one of them is specific to that line segment.

many points, even curved line as long as the line is not broken it could go on for infinity!

They define one plane. A line is defined by two points, and it takes three points to define a plane, so two points on the line, and one more point not on the line equals one plane.

There are one or infinitely many points.

Normally a straight line has infinitely many points. It is only in one case of projective geometry that lines have two points.

If the line is straight, then only one line may connect two points.

Regardless of where you mark two points on a circle, there's only one possible line segment between them. It's called a "chord" of the circle.

If the points are arranged on an imaginary line with one line connecting each point to its neighbor, there will be 99 lines (or line segments).

It takes exactly 2 distinct points to uniquely define a line, i.e. for any two distinct points, there is a unique line containing them.

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