
Postulate 1: 1st Assumption
Every line contains at least two different points.

Postulate 1: 2nd Assumption
Every plane containts at least three different noncoplanar points.

Postulate 1: 3rd Assumption
Space contains at least four different, noncoplanar points, no three of which are collinear.

Postulate 2: 1st Assumption
There is exactly one line through two different points.

Postulate 2: 2nd Assumption
There is exactly one plane through three noncollinear points.

Postulate 2: 3rd Assumption
There is exactly one space though four different, noncoplanar points, no three of which are collinear.

Postulate 3: 1st Assumption
For any two different points in a plane, the line containing those points is in the plane.

Postulate 3: 2nd Assumption
For any line in a plane, there is at least one point in the plane, that is not on the line.

Postulate 3: 3rd Assumption
For any plane in space, there is a at least one point in space, that is not on the plane.

