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from my understanding, yes

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Also, line MP is on the plane.

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where is exactly plane NPT?

i think i understand it now, but would T and W be coplaner with points n p t? @mathstudent55

yes T and W would be coplanar with N, P, and T because they are on line TW.

A plane is a flat surface.
That's why I used a sheet of paper to represent the plane.

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If you have a single line, there are many planes that contain that line.
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If you have two different lines that intersect at one point, then they define one single plane.

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