# Points, Lines and Planes Exercises

```Name: ___________________________________
Points, Lines, and Planes
Date: _____________
SCORE: _______/55 pts
Exercise 1
Refer to the Figure for questions 1 - 5.
1. Name a line that is not contained in plane N. (2 pt)
2. Name two different ways to name a plane that contains point B. (2 pt)
3. Name three collinear points. (2 pt)
4. Name two lines that intersect and the point where they intersect. (3 pt)
5. Name a set of opposite rays. (2 pt)
Refer to the Figure for questions 6 - 11.
6. Name ALL the planes. (6 pt)
7. Name three collinear points. (2 pt)
8. Are points N, S, R, and W coplanar? Why? (2 pt)
9. What is another way to name Plane A? (2 pt)
β‘ and ππ
β‘ intersect? (2 pt)
10. Where do ππ
11. Name two lines or segments and their intersections (other than question 10). (3 pt)
For questions 12-17, determine whether each statement is always, sometimes, or never true. (2 pt)
12. β‘ππ and β‘ππ are the same line.
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17.
JK and JL are the same ray.
Intersecting lines are coplanar.
Four points are coplanar.
A plane containing two points of a line contains the entire line.
Two distinct lines intersect in more than one point.
Drawing Situations (5 pt)
18. Complete the figure at the right to show the following relationship:
Lines l, m, and n are coplanar and lie in plane Q.
Lines l and m intersect at point P. Line n intersects
line m at R, but does not intersect line l.
19. Complete the figure at the right to show the following relationship:
Plane R contains lines β‘π΄π΅ and β‘π·πΈ,
which intersect at point P.
Add point C on plane R
so that it is not collinear with
β‘π΄π΅ or β‘π·πΈ.
20. Draw and label a plane Q that satisfies each relationship:
β‘ is in plane Q
β‘ intersects π΄π΅
β‘ at P
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Point X is collinear with points A and P
Point Y is not collinear with points T and P
Line l contains points X and Y
Name: ___________________________________
Points, Lines, and Planes
Date: _____________
SCORE: _______/20 pts
Partner Drawing
Draw a figure below that meets the following criteria:
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At least one plane
At least 4 lines, segments, and/or rays
At least 8 points
Make sure the picture is drawn neatly and very large. Label the points, lines, and plane(s) correctly. (5 pt)
Write a description of your figure below. (10 pt)
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Teacher Signature Sign-Off
Now get with a partner and sit back to backs. Have one person go first and give the description of their drawing to the other
person. That person must attempt to draw that figure without looking at the figure. When the first drawing is complete, switch
roles and do it again.