Posted by **Camile** on Tuesday, May 17, 2011 at 5:22pm.

a line RS is perpendicular to plane p at R. If T is a second point not on. Can RT be perpendicular to plane P?

Lines AB and LM are each perpendicular to plane P. Are AB and LM coplanar?

Plan P is perpendicular to AB at B. Plane Q intersects AB at P. Can Q be perpendicular to AB?

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