Points, Lines, and Planes Worksheets
Points, Lines, and Planes are those undefined terms that are used in defining other terms and provide the commencement point in geometry. Our free printable worksheets focus on developing knowledge and skill of these fundamentals of geometry. Students will be able to differentiate, identify, and name points, lines and planes and also answer concept-based questions.
This set of worksheets is specially designed for 8th grade and high school students.
With this pdf worksheet students will learn to identify and name points, lines and planes, using a capital letter for a point, a line symbol written on top of two capital letters in case of a line and a capital letter, often written in script, to denote a plane.
Grab this printable exercise for a quick but targeted learning or review practice for students in distinguishing between collinear and non-collinear points and coplanar and non-coplanar points.
Derive twofold benefit from this free worksheet pdf for reinforcing the concept of planes. Students of grade 8 and high school get to determine if the set of points shown represents a plane or not, and answer some concept-based questions.
The knowledge of students will be thoroughly supplemented with this printable worksheet that promotes active learning. They observe the given figures and answer questions that will greatly contribute to their learning about point of intersection of two lines and line of intersection of two planes.