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# Lesson Worksheet: Points, Lines, and Planes in Space Mathematics • 11th Grade

In this worksheet, we will practice identifying and modeling geometric concepts like points, lines, and planes in space along with their properties.

**Q2: **

Consider the cuboid , where .

What can be said about and ?

- AThey are parallel.
- BThey are neither parallel nor perpendicular.
- CThey are skew.
- DThey are perpendicular.

What can be said about and ?

- AThey are neither parallel nor perpendicular.
- BThey are skew.
- CThey are parallel.
- DThey are perpendicular.

What can be said about and ?

- AThey are neither parallel nor perpendicular.
- BThey are parallel.
- CThey are skew.
- DThey are perpendicular.

What can be said about and ?

- AThey are parallel.
- BThey are skew.
- CThey are perpendicular.
- DThey are neither parallel nor perpendicular.

**Q10: **

Consider the following figure.

Write another name for the plane .

- APlane
- BPlane
- CPlane
- DPlane
- EPlane

How many planes are shown in the figure?

Which two planes intersect in ?

- APlane and plane
- BPlane and plane
- CPlane and plane
- DPlane and plane
- EPlane and plane

Are planes and parallel or intersecting?

- AIt cannot be determined without more information.
- BThey are intersecting.
- CThey are parallel.