Q: Two lines in the same plane are what if they have no common points?

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The lines are PARALLEL.

paralell if they have no common points.

Points and lines on the same plane are coplanar.

If the question is .. " Points and lines in the same plane "? then the anwser is COPLANER

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The lines are PARALLEL.

If there are no common points but both lines lie n the same plane they are considered "coplanar points"

paralell if they have no common points.

Points and lines on the same plane are coplanar.

If the question is .. " Points and lines in the same plane "? then the anwser is COPLANER

parallel

Points or lines that lie on the same plane are coplanar.

No. Skew lines must be in different planes. Skew lines have no common points (they never cross).

Points on the same plane are coplanar lines.

If they are in the same plane, then they share a common plane. Did you mean to say common point. If that's the case where they are in the same plane, but do not share a common point, then they are parallel lines.

They are lines or points that lie on the same plane. Remember 3 or more points are collinear if they lie on the same line. IF those lines lie on the same plane they are coplanar.

No, skew lines cannot be in the same plane, since they do not have a point on common. Two lines intersect if they lie in a common plane, and by definition, these intersecting lines are not skew lines.