It is not possible if the two geometric figures are finite.
No, plane geometric figures are ones like triangles and circles that can fit completely in the plane. A cylinder needs 3, not 3 dimensions and will not fit in the plane.
a polygon a polygon * * * * * No it is not! If the line is in that plane then it is the whole line. If not, it is a single point.
intersection Just kiding or maybe
In most cases, in a single point. It is also possible that there is no intersection, or that the intersection is the entire line.
6 maximum points of intersection
F is not a geometric shape that is used. The standard geometric term vertex means the intersection point of two sides of a plane figure. If F is meant to represent figure this term might apply.
Traditional geometric figures have dimensions which are integers: 0 for a point, 1 for a line or Mobius strip, 2 for a plane figure or Klein bottle, and 3 for a solid. Fractals have dimensions which are not integers.
The intersection of a sphere with a plane is a point, or a circle.
Any two dimentional geometric figure has a measurable length. This measurement is called circumference. This is also called a plane figure. Examples of plane figures with measurable lengths are: triangle, square, circle, and rectangle.
If the line is not IN the plane ... it just zaps through the plane from some direction ... then it touches the plane in only one point. The intersection is a point.if it is lined up with the plane, then the intersection is a line.
Quadrilaterals and triangles.
A plane is a flat surface
Section plane is the intersection of a plane cutting through a solid
point * * * * * or, nothing (if the line is parallel to the plane).
These are possible ways of laying out copies of a geometric shape, usually a polygon, such that it covers a plane with gaps or overlaps.
Unless the line is a subset of the plane, the intersection is a point.
The number of plane figures that can be traced, is that every plane figure can be traced!
Yes, plane figures are flat, not 3-dimensional shapes.
the area and perimeter of the plane figures are square ,rectangle
the A plane is intersect the plane B It's a line.
There are two possible answers; if the line is crossing the plane at an angle, then the line and the plane only intersect at one point. However, if the line is part of the plane, then the entire line intersects with the plane, and there are an infinite number of intersecting points.
It is a cross section.
Two parallel lines, a plane and a line in a plane parallel to it.
the intersection of planes DCG and EAB
Plane figures are those that have a length and width but no height. they are two dimensional or flat.