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PAGE: 10SET: ExercisesPROBLEM: 27
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Minimum three noncollinear points are required to form a plane.

Observe the figure; consider any three noncollinear points of the figure to name the plane. Total five planes (four side planes and one base plane) are shown in the figure and they are:

1.      Plane ABC

2.      Plane BCE

3.      Plane ADE

4.      Plane CDE

5.      Plane ABE

Five planes are there in the figure.


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