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Has no actual size, used to represent an object or location in space.
a) Point
b) Parallel Lines
c) Plane
d) Line

Set of all points, boundless and three dimensional
a) Skew Lines
b) Coplanar
c) Space
d) Plane

Set of points or lines that do not lie in the same plane
a) Non-coplanar
b) Skew Lines
c) Collinear
d) Coplanar

Two coplanar lines that do not intersect
a) Parallel Lines
b) Skew Lines
c) Coplanar
d) Collinear

Has no thickness, width, or depth, used to represent a flat surface that extends indefinitely in all directions
a) Point
b) Parallel Lines
c) Plane
d) Line

Set of points, that all lie on the same line.
a) Coplanar
b) Space
c) Collinear
d) Non-coplanar

Postulate that states that points on a line can be paired with real numbers.
a) Angle Addition Postulate
b) Ruler Postulate
c) Protractor Postulate
d) Segment Addition Postulate

Postulate that states that is B is between A and C, then AB + BC = AC.
a) Angle Addition Postulate
b) Ruler Postulate
c) Protractor Postulate
d) Segment Addition Postulate

The three undefined terms of geometry are
a) collinear, linear, non-collinear
b) postulate, axiom, theorem
c) line segment, ray, line
d) points, lines, planes

Number of points that you have to have to make a line
a) 1
b) 4
c) 3
d) 2

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