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chapter 1

A_____ is made up of an infinite number of points, has no thickness and extends without end in both directions. line
Points that do not lie on the same plane are called_____points. non-collinear
A____is a flat surface that extends indefinetly in every direction. plane
A____is a statement that is accepted without proof postulate
Any two points determine a unique____. line
Three noncollinear points determine a unique____. plane
If two distinct planes intersect, their intersection is a____. point
If two distinct planes intersect, their intersection is a____. line
Points that lie on the same line are called____points. collinear
____reasoning is drawing conclusions based on a pattern of examples, past events, observations or expiraments. inductive
A____is a conclusion reached based on inductive reasoning(educated guess) conjecture
Name the three undefined points in geometry point, line, and plane
Created by: math54