Q: What the name of straight lines that can be drawn through one points?

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If you're talking about straight lines (not curves) the answer is one.

i think just one line, as its defenition of straight line

Only one line can be drawn through eight points.

If you are talking about straight lines, the answer is NONE, because that is what noncollinear means. If curves are allowed, then the answer is infinitely many.

An infinite number of lines can be drawn through a single point, but only one through two points (of course, if the points don't have the same coordinates).

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1 straight line. An infinite number of curved lines.

If you're talking about straight lines (not curves) the answer is one.

i think just one line, as its defenition of straight line

Only one line can be drawn through eight points.

If you are talking about straight lines, the answer is NONE, because that is what noncollinear means. If curves are allowed, then the answer is infinitely many.

Yes. You can draw infinitely many straight lines from each point.

3 lines and one plane

One.

In Euclidian or plane geometry, there can be only one line through two fixed points. Lines cannot actually be drawn; if you see it it is not a geometric line. If the points are on a curved surface as in a geometry that is non-Euclidian, then there can be infinitely many lines connecting two points.

2 lines, I believe.

uncountable lines can be drawn through one point.

This is true. If three straight lines are drawn, they can only intersect at two points. That is, each line will only intersect with another once.