How many planes can be made to pass through a line and a point not on the line?
Given a line and a distinct point not lying on the line, only a single plane can be drawn through both of them as there can be only plane which can accommodate both the line and the point together.
Let us take a line l and a point A, as we can see there can be only plane which pass through both of them.
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