Name ______________________________________________ Geometry Worksheet Geometry Common Core 1.1 Points, Lines, and Planes 1. a. Name two coplanar lines: b. Name four coplanar points: Homework Lesson 1.1 Name _______________ Per __ Date __________ c. Name four non-coplanar points: d. Name plane R in four different ways: 2. a. How many planes are in the diagram? b. Name all of the planes: c. Name three collinear points: d. Name three non-collinear points: 3. a. Name the line with point P in 4 different ways: b. Name the line with point T in 3 different ways: c. Name the plane in 4 different ways: 4. a. How many planes are in the diagram? b. Is plane N the same as plane ABC? c. Name three collinear points: d. Name three non-collinear points: 5. e. Name two intersecting lines and their point of intersection: a. Name the line in four different ways: b. Name the plane in four different ways: c. Name 3 non-collinear points: 6. a. Are points A, B, and D coplanar? b. Name all of the planes in the diagram: c. What is at the intersection of the three planes? d. Name the intersection of the three planes. e. Name four non-coplanar points: Geometry Basic Term Matching name: ________________________________ date: _________________________________ Find all of the diagram(s) that best match the symbols. There may be 0, 1, or more answers per problem. 1. AW A. J L K A B. 2. Noncollinear points J, K, L W B K 3. BW J C. L 4. A ray with endpoint J 5. BA 7. Collinear points J, K, L G. B W B B H. A W A J K L I. W A B J J. 10. BA A W A F. 9. AW B E. 6. Opposite rays JK and JL (180 “direction change”) 8. WA W D. K L State the best answer. Sometimes, Always, Never. 1. If two planes intersect, then they intersect in a straight line. 2. If two lines intersect, they intersect at two different points. 3. ⃡𝐴𝐵 and ⃡𝐵𝐴 are the same line. 4. Three collinear points are coplanar. 5. Three coplanar points are collinear. 6. Any three points are coplanar. 7. If two rays share a common endpoint, then they form a line. 8. 𝐶𝐷 and 𝐷𝐶 are the same ray. 9. Intersecting lines are coplanar. 10. Four points are coplanar. 11. A plane containing two points of a line contains the entire line. 12. Using your compass and straight-edge, copy the segments below: 13. Using your compass and straight-edge, construct a copy Angle A. Challenge: construct an angle that is twice the size of angle A.