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Posted by **Jessica** on Monday, December 9, 2013 at 11:58am.

A straight line joins points A and C. Another straight line joins A and B. A point D is located on the left of the line AB

Kelly made the following statements about the points.

Statement 1: There is at least one more point on the plane containing points B and C.

Statement 2: One plane contains segment AC and Point D.

Which chart best justifies Kelly's statements?

- Geometry - eh? -
**Steve**, Monday, December 9, 2013 at 12:19pmthings are ambiguous.

what does "on the left" of line AB mean?

Is AB basically horizontal, and D in on AB toward the left? Or is AB basically vertical and D is not on the line at all, but left of it?

#1. how does a point contain B and C?

#2. true, since 3 points define a plane.

what chart?

a little proofreading would help.

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