Betweenness and Collinearity of Points?

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Points that lie on the same line are called collinear. Points that do not lie on the same line are called noncollinear. When you say a point is between two other points, the points must be collinear.
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because coplanar is coplanar and collinear is collinear!
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Collinear Point is A set of points that lie in
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Right. Well, first off Collinear points are indeed on the same line. That is, given the function f(x)x+1 then the points (1,2) (2,3) (3, 4) are all Collinear. Coplanar means that
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We could get really complicated here in explaining the distance between two points to be a mathematical calculation, which it is. However measuring the space between point A and point
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Betweenness of points using collinear points m,p, and q refers to or means that all three points - m, p, and q - are related by being on the same line, making ...
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