Q: In elliptical geometry do two points not determine a unique line?

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Two distinct (different) points are needed to determine a line.

Three non-collinear points do not determine a unique spherical triangle.

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We're certain to know it as soon as we see it.

In plane geometry, two points determines or defines one unique line.

Two distinct (different) points are needed to determine a line.

Three non-collinear points do not determine a unique spherical triangle.

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No. If the four points are coplanar, they determine only one plane!

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To determine the structural geometry of a molecule, structural pair geometry must be used. These are the amounts of pairs found surrounding a specific molecule, and they are unique to each type of atom.

A plane can be determined by three points, as long as the three points do not lie along a single line.

A series of 3 points will always determine a plane unless 2 or all 3 points are identical points (they have the same coordinates).If the idea is to have the three points determine oneplane, a unique plane, then three points will do that as long as none of them have the same spacial coordinates (have identical locations) or as long as the three points do not lie on a single line.If a straight line can be drawn through all three points, they will not form one unique plane either.