#### What Are the Differences Between Points, Lines, and Planes?

Points |
Lines |
Planes |

In geometrical terms, a point is a location and is shown by a dot. | On the other hand, a line is defined as a series of points that extend in two directions. | A plane extends in two directions and has no thickness. |

It has no size; like, length, breadth, depth, etc. | It has one dimension and the points lying on a single line are colinear. | Consider the example of a coordinate plane, which has multiple points but are connected. |

It does not have to connect with any other object as well. |

###### Drawing Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

A pair of lines will be described in words and you must draw them.

###### Parallel or Perpendicular?

Parallel lines never cross. Perpendicular lines cross to form right angles. Name the following parallel or perpendicular.