1.1 Collinear and Coplanar Practice

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Subject: Geometry
Grade: 9-10
Assignment Type: Practice
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Practice | 17 questions (17 autogradable) | 17 points

Collinear

State whether or not the points are collinear.

1.

E, D, C

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yes

no

2.

A, B, D

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yes

no

3.

A, F, B, E

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yes

no

4.

C, G, A

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yes

no

5.

F, G, C

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yes

no

6.

H, E, C, D

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yes

no

Coplanar

State whether or not the points are coplanar.

7.

J, P, N

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YES

NO

8.

K, M, R

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YES

NO

9.

N, R, J

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YES

NO

10.

M, J, K, P

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YES

NO

11.

R, K, N, M

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YES

NO

12.

K, N, R, J

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YES

NO

True/False

13.

Two points are always collinear.

True

False

14.

Four points are always coplanar.

True

False

15.

A ray is always part of a line.

True

False

16.

Three points cannot be collinear.

True

False

17.

A line sometimes has an endpoint.

True

False