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Geometry

You will determine whether the given statements about points, lines, and place related to each 3D model are correct.

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After completing this tutorial, you will be able to complete the following:

- Identify lines that intersect a plane.
- Identify intersecting lines.
- Identify collinear points.
- Identify intersecting planes.

In the Activity Object, statements are true only when they can be proven true. Students will need to read each statement and analyze the figure provided to determine if the statements are true or false. You may wish to provide a model using a Think Aloud to demonstrate how to determine whether a statement is true or false. A detailed Think Aloud is provided in the One-Computer Class Strategy section of this document.

A plane can be described as a "flat" surface extending infinitely in all directions.

Approximate Time | 15 Minutes |

Pre-requisite Concepts | Learners should be familiar with planes, points, and types of lines. |

Course | Geometry |

Type of Tutorial | Skills Application |

Key Vocabulary | coplanar points, line, plane |