How many least number of distinct points determine a unique plane?
If we have two distinct points, then we can draw infinite number of planes passing through those two points. While if we have three distinct non collinear points, only a single unique plane can be drawn passing through those three points.
Therefore, a minimum of three distinct non collinear points are required to get a unique plane.
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