Well, rather than looking it up, can you think about it yourself? What thoughts do you have?How many unique planes can be determined by four noncoplanar points? I keep looking this up but to no avail, there seems to be no answer that I can find. Is there anyone out there who could help answer this?
Are you saying there are 12 combinations of 3 out of 4 points?It takes 3 to determine a plane, right? So, 12 ways?
That could be a good thought; what led to it?I was earlier thinking four planes...I am not sure...