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 DEFINE POSTULATES GENERALIZATIONS THAT ARE ACCEPTED TRUE, BUT CANNOT BE PROVEN TRUE POSTULATE - POINTS TWO POINTS DETERMINE A SINGLE LINE POSTULATE - PLANE AT LEAST THREE POINTS NOT ON THE SAME LINE ARE NEEDED TO DETERMINE A SINGLE PLANE POSTULATE - PLANES THAT INTERSECT IF TWO PLANES INTERSECT, THEY INTERSECT ON EXACTLY ONE LINE DEFINE THEOREMS GENERALIZATIONS THAT CAN BE PROVEN TRUE. THEOREM - IF TWO LINES INTERSECT THEY INTERSECT AT EXCTLY ONE POINT THEOREM -THROUGH A LINE AND A POINT NOT ON THAT LINE, THERE IS ONLY ONE PLANE THREE NONCOLLINEAR POINTS DETERMINE A SINGLE PLANE. A LINE PROVIDES TWO POINTS AND THE POINT NOT ON THE LINE IS THE THIRD NONCOLLINEAR POINT WHAT ARE THE TWO TYPES OF GEOMETRIC PROOFS INDUCTIVE AND DEDUCTIVE INDUCTIVE PROOFS START WITH EXAMPLES, AND THEN THESE EXAMPLES ARE USED TO SUPPORT A CONCLUSION. DEDUCTIVE PROOFS DEDUCTIVE REASONING USES DEFINITIONS, THEOREMS, AND POSTULATES TO PROVE A NEW THEOREM TRUE