Name a point that is coplanar with A, E, and J.

  1. Point C
  2. Point D
  3. Point F
  4. Point I


In mathematics, a plane is a flat, two-dimensional surface that extends indefinitely. A plane is the two-dimensional analogue of a point, a line and three-dimensional space.

The correct answers are: Point D, Point F

    Here, we have to find the correct option.
    Points A, E, J and F lie in the same plane.
    So, the point is F.
    Hence, the correct option is A.

    A plane has infinite number of lines and points. All the points in a plane are called coplanar.