anonymous
  • anonymous
Solid Geometry, I can't understand this corollary according to the theory of perpendicularity of a line & a plane. It says : "There's one & only one plane perpendicular to the line from a point on this line." What does that mean?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
for example take any point on a line....only one plane will be perpendicular to the plane at that point...a plane extends till infinity ,so u find that only one plane is perpendicular at the point
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ohh!! That's just it? Thanks a lot Abdullah, I get it this way. :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
no problem :D

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