What statement best compares a line and a point?
In my opinion a point is just a point on a graph
A line is two points or more points with a certain slope
I'd feel a lot more comfortable if you said "... can contain one line and a point ...". When you say "pass through one line", I picture a sword passing through a tight piece of string. If that's how your plane passes through the line, then the statement in your "question" is false. If your plane contains the line and the extra point, then the statement is true ... only one plane can do that.
Statement: All birds lay eggs. Converse: All animals that lay eggs are birds. Statement is true but the converse statement is not true. Statement: If line A is perpendicular to line B and also to line C, then line B is parallel to line C. Converse: If line A is perpendicular to line B and line B is parallel to line C, then line A is also perpendicular to line C. Statement is true and…