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Q: Points A B and C are noncollinear How many planes can be determined by A B and C?

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Only one plane can pass through 3 non-collinear points.

Any Euclidean plane has infinitely many points.

Infinitely many planes may contain the same three collinear points if the planes all intersect at the same line.

I have a feeling that I'm wrong but i guess that 2 planes can pass through 2 points

exactly nine planes! * * * * * I would have said 4 - corresponding to the four faces of a tetrahedron. Of course, non-collinear does not mean non-coplanar so all four points could be in the same single plane!

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The answer depends on the number of point. One point - as the question states - cannot be non-collinear. Any two points are always collinear. But three or more points will define a plane. If four points are non-coplanar, they will define four planes (as in a tetrahedron).

Only one plane can pass through 3 non-collinear points.

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