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Megan read the sentence shown below.
“If two distinct planes intersect, then they intersect in exactly one line.“
Which of these statements is true about what Megan read?
It is a theorem because it is a statement which is assumed true without proof.
It is a postulate because it is a statement which can be used to prove a theorem.
It is a postulate because it is a true statement which can be proved.
It is a theorem because it is a true statement which can be proved.
 2 years ago
Megan read the sentence shown below. “If two distinct planes intersect, then they intersect in exactly one line.“ Which of these statements is true about what Megan read? It is a theorem because it is a statement which is assumed true without proof. It is a postulate because it is a statement which can be used to prove a theorem. It is a postulate because it is a true statement which can be proved. It is a theorem because it is a true statement which can be proved.

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