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11-87.

Think about the different three-dimensional vocabulary you learned in this lesson.

Name two sets of geometric figures that can intersect to form a point.

Two lines

Three planesIs the face of a cube an example of a point, a plane (flat surface), or skew lines? Explain why it cannot be either of the other two.

Point: a singular location in space.

Plane: a flat surface.

Skew lines: lines in space that do not interesect and are not parallel.The face of a cube has surface area.