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Q: Does a plane contain at least three lines?

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A point is a single spot in space. A line is the connection between two points. A plane is the space made up between three or more lines. A plane has infinite lines and therefore infinite points.

An unequal triangle is a closed plane figure bounded by three straight lines such that the length of at least one of the lines is different from that of another.

If at least two of the three lines are parallel, the three lines will not form a triangle.

A three sided closed plane figure (shape) is a triangle.

IF (and only if) the lines are al coplanar, then a polygon.

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No, you could define a plane as comprising only two lines.

An unequal triangle is a closed plane figure bounded by three straight lines such that the length of at least one of the lines is different from that of another.

A point is a single spot in space. A line is the connection between two points. A plane is the space made up between three or more lines. A plane has infinite lines and therefore infinite points.

collinear plane

polygon

Only one plane can contain three specific points.

If at least two of the three lines are parallel, the three lines will not form a triangle.

So long as all three lines are in the same plane, yes.

A three sided closed plane figure (shape) is a triangle.

It is a polygon

No. Any pair of the three will describe a plane, so the three possible pairs describe three planes.

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