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 Theorem 2-1 If a - b > 0, then a > b Theorem 2-2 If a = b + c and c > 0, then a > b Theorem 2-3 Let A, B, C be points on a line, with coordinates x, y, and z respectively. If x < y < z, then A-B-C Theorem 2-4 If A,B,C are three different points of the same line, then exactly one of them is between the other two Theorem 2-5 The point Plotting Theorem: Let AB be a ray, and let x be a positive number. Then there is exactly one point P of ray AB such that AP AP = x Theorem 2-6 The mid-Point Theorem: Every segment has exactly one midpoint Theorem 3-1 If two different lines intersect, their intersection contains only one point Theorem 3-2 If a line intersects a plane not containing it, then the intersection contains only one point Theorem 3-3 Given a line and a point not on the line, there is exactly one plane containing them both Theorem 3-4 Given two intersecting lines, there is exactly one plane containing both