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Planes in maths

I am doing geometry hw question is points d,e,and f lie in plane def. How many lines in plane DEF can you draw that contain both points D and E
Question asked by: soniya

Asked on: 27 Jan 2011

Do the lines have to be straight or cuved? If it is straight lines then is there not only one straight line between any two points in standard Euclidean geometry?
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Replied at: 30 Jan 2011
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