How many planes can be made to pass through three distinct points?
The number of planes that can pass through three distinct points is dependent on the arrangement of the points.
If the points are collinear, then infinite number of planes may pass through the three distinct points.
If the points are non collinear, then only one unique plane can pass through the three distinct points.
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