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It is a plane

Q: What line is a flat surface with no thickness that contains many lines and extends without end in the directions of all its lines?

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A plane.

It's a plane. I think

Plane

POINT- it has no lenght, no width and no thickness LINE- it has a lenght but no width and thickness. A line in geometry will always mean a straight line, which extends indifinitely in two opposites directions.. PLANE- it is a flat surface in which any two points are joined by a straight line lying entirely on the surface..

1. Point A point is an location in space, it has no dimensions. 2. Line A line is a set of points that extends infinitely in opposite directions. 3. Line Segment A line segment is a part of a line that has a two endpoints and not extends in opposite directions. 4. Ray A ray is a part of a line that has one endpoint and extends in one direction. 5. Plane A plane contains an infinite number of points on a flat surface that extends in all directions.

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A plane is a flat surface with no thickness. It is also one of the undefined terms in mathematics which extends indefinitely in all directions.

A plane

It's a plane. I think

It is a plane that extends indefinitely in all directions. It is very easy to remember just think about what flys in the air and needs to land on a "flat surface that extends indefinitely in all directions" (the ground).

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If the surface can be imagined, then it can be represented. Therefore, the answer to the question is that there is no such surface.

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A plane.