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Is it possible for two points on the surface of a prism to be neither collinear nor coplanar? Justify your argument.

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Since two points determine a line, then they are collinear. A surface of a prism is a plane so the two points are coplanar. Hence, two points on the surface of a prism are both collinear and coplanar.

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