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 Unique Line Postulate If there are two points, then they will determine a line. Points = Hypothesis Postulate #2 If there is a line, then it contains at least two points. Opposite of Unique Line Postulate. Unique Plane Postulate If there are three non-collinear points, then they determine a plane. Think "three". Postulate #4 If there is a plane, then it contains at least three non-collinear points. Opposite of Unique Plane Postulate. Postulate #5 If the points are in the plane, the line is in the plane Relationship between points, line and plane. Postulate #6 If two planes intersect, their intersection is a line. Think classroom. Ruler Postulate Points A, B and C lie on a line. AC - AB = BC Segment Addition Postulate Points A, B and C lie on a line. AB + BC = AC Protractor Postulate Two angles (angle 1, angle two) share a ray and form one larger angle (angle 3). Angle 3 - Angle 2 = Angle 1 Angle Addition Postulate Two angles (angle 1, angle two) share a ray and form one larger angle (angle 3). Angle 1 + Angle 2 = Angle 3 Linear Pair Postulate Two angles share a ray and form a larger angle of 180 degrees. 180