Noncoplanar Points in a Plane?

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Noncoplanar points refer to points that are not on the same plane. Points can be shown to be coplanar by determining that the scalar results of a vector. On any particular plane, only three points can be coplanar.
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Noncoplanar points are points that do not lie on the same plane. If you have two rectangles joined together at points CD, then the rectangle at points ABCD have coplanar points but
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POSTULATE: A line contains at least 2 pts; a plane contains at least 3 noncollinear
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leave any 1 of the points out, the other 3 will be coplanar, and there are 4 ways to do that, so the answer is 4.
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