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Saul wrote the statements shown in the chart. Statement Description 1 A line contains at least two points. 2 A plane contains at least three noncollinear points. Which option best classifies Saul’s statements? Statement 1 is a theorem because it can be proved and Statement 2 is a postulate because it is a true fact. Statement 1 and Statement 2 are theorems because they can be proved. Statement 1 and Statement 2 are postulates because they are true facts. Statement 1 is a postulate because it is a true fact and Statement 2 is a theorem because it ca

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both statements are postulates. they cannot be proven. they are taken as startpoint to prove other stuff
c
yes !

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wat do think bout d
none of the statement is a theorem
you cannot prove the given statements. they are like axioms
oops - its a b d are wrong
ooohhh
yeah they are simple facts. you cannot prove them
so b it the right answer
c is the right answer
uh ok

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