# is it possible to draw three points that are noncoplanar? explain?

• no three points will always make a plane just like two ponts will always make a line

• I never thought of it but nope..it could not be possible to draw three points that are noncoplanar

• I do think so, and maybe I am incorrect and to draw three points that are noncoplanar would probably be after all possible

• no I do think that you can safely say to draw three points that are noncoplanar that easily is possible

• yes to draw three points that are noncoplanar is imaginable

• nope to draw three points that are noncoplanar I think not?

• No. Draw the line which contains two of the points, and then there are an infinite number of planes which contain this line. One of them is guaranteed to contain the third point.

• Assuming you have three axes (plural of axis), such as X,Y, and Z, all 3 points must be coplanar.

Four points, however, may or may not be coplanar.

Source(s): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coplanar, line one.
• One postulate states that with any three noncollinear points, there is exactly one plane, so no.

Source(s): Geometry notes.