# The diagram shows several planes, lines, and points.

The diagram shows several planes, lines, and points.Which statement is true about line h? Line h intersects line fat two points, A and B.TLine h is the intersection of planes R and T.PLine h intersects plane P at point C.Line h has points on planes R, P, and T.BhAIK09с C​

The correct option is (d)  Line h has points on planes R, P, and T. Step-by-step explanation:  A diagram is given with several planes, lines and points. We are to select the statement that is TRUE about the line h. Option (a) is “Line h intersects line f at two points, A and B”. From the diagram, we can see that line h intersects line f at only one point, point B. So, the given statement is FALSE. Option (b) is “Line h is the intersection of planes R and T”. We can see from the diagram that the intersection of the planes R and T is line g, not line h. So, the given statement is FALSE. Option (c) is “Line h intersects plane P at point C”. We can see that the line h intersects the plane P at point B, not at point C. So, the given statement is FALSE. Option (d) is Line h has points on planes R, P, and T”. We can see that line h has point B, which lies on both planes R and P. Also, line h has a point A that lies on plane T. So, line h has points that lie on the planes R, P and T. Thus, the given statement is TRUE about line h. Option (d) is TRUE.

According with the diagram and using the definitions of planes, lines, and points, the statement true about line h is: d. Line h has points on planes R, P, and T.

Solution: a. Line h intersects line f at point B, the the statement a. is false. b. Line h is on plane R, but is not in the intesection of two planes. Line g is in the intersection of planes R and T,, then statement b. is false. c. Line l intersects plane P at point C, then statement c. is false. d. Line h has points on planes R, P, and T, then statement d. is true.

According with the diagram and using the definitions of planes, lines, and points, the statement true about line h is: d. Line h has points on planes R, P, and T. Solution: a. Line h intersects line f at point B, the the statement a. is false. b. Line h is on plane R, but is not in the intersection of two planes. Line g is in the intersection of planes R and T,, then statement b. is false. c. Line l intersects plane P at point C, then statement c. is false. d. Line h has points on planes R, P, and T, then statement d. is true. Step-by-step explanation:

answer: line h is the intersection of planes rand t.

i dont know it step-by-step explanation:

Is D Step-by-step explanation: Ed 2020

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line h is with a ascoceoles triangle Step-by-step explanation: you see that line h has to do with evrything so if you have a type of perent just multiply

The true statement is Line h has points on planes R, P, and T Step-by-step explanation: The rest of the question is the attached figure According to the graph, we will check which option is true. a. Line h intersects line f at two points, A and B   (Wrong) Because: h intersects line f at B only. b. Line h is the intersection of planes R and T      (Wrong) Because: g is the intersection of planes R and T c. Line h intersects plane P at point C                   (Wrong) Because: h intersects plane P at point B d. Line h has points on planes R, P, and T             (True)         Because h has the point B on the plane P, h has the point A on the plane T

and the points of h on the plane R

I think the answer is C…