A point has no size, and a line is of infinite length, so it contains an infinite number of points. It takes only two points to describe or identify a line, but number of points it contains is infinte. Actually, even a line segment has an infinite number, since it is not possible to get two points so close together that another point won't fit between them.
In 1 line is content of 2
There is only one line (or line segment) that can be drawn between two distince points.
2...Beginning and end
'Line Segment' is a portion of a line that includes two points and all of the collinear points between the hypothetical two points also 'Line Segment' because a line or line segment is a set of infinite points and the infinite points are collinear....
Points that are contained on the same line or portion of a line are considered to be collinear.
3 points must always be contained in one plane, as 2 make a line, it makes no difference as to where the third point is, it will exist in the same plane in the two. Aside from all three points being in a line, this is always true.
Infinitely many points are contained within a non-degenerate quadrilateral.
A line has an infinite amount of points.
None, because a line goes on forever. A line can only have points.
A line is made up of an infinite number of points.
A line contains an infinite number of points but it takes only two points to determine a line.
Points are collinear if they are on the same line.
A line, ray, or line segment contains an infinite number of points.