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Okay heres the pic. There is a plane with points B,D, and E.those [oints are collinear in the plane. And also outside of the plane is points A, and C. and those points are collinear outside of the plane.thought Line AC intersect
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Okay heres the pic. There is a plane with points B,D, and E.those [oints are collinear in the plane. And also outside of the plane is points A, and C. and those points are collinear outside of the plane.thought Line AC intersect
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