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Defining and Constructing Objects

Defining and Constructing Objects 1.14 - Solution

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Let's start by sketching an arbitrary plane and name it P.P.

Solution 25048 1.svg

Next, we should draw a line, called for example l.l. Line ll is to intersect PP at only one point. Thus, ll can't be completely contained within P.P. If the line was in the plane, they would intersect at infinitely many points. Thus, we can sketch ll as a line that intersects plane PP at exactly one point by letting it approach PP at an angle.

Solution 25048 2.svg