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A plane is an undefined term because it can be named using three noncollinear points is described generally, not using a formal definition is where other geometric shapes can be constructed is a flat surface that extends indefinitely in all directions

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@Euler271 thank u :)
@Euler271 it was wrong :(

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no way. sorry about that. its not "wrong" but i guess it's not the reason it's undefined. probably A
@Euler271 a is wrong too :P I choose a in the beginning and when I submit the test it was wrong :( maybe B?
maybe lol
c doesnt make much sense
@Euler271 I will check :) brb :D
ok let me know lol
@Euler271 it was right :)
is described generally, (not using a formal definition) ^ ^

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