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Q: A line that intersects two coplanar lines at two distinct points is called what?

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IT is Secant .. If I am correct .. I ain't sure about my answer =) * * * * * A transversal.

They are coplanar if the line joining any two of them intersects the line joining the other two.

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Think of an H one line intersects two others, this is called transversal

Transversal

It is a tranversal.

A transverse line.

No, they always are From Wikipedia.org, "The World's Encyclopedia" when I searched coplanar In geometry, a set of points in space is coplanar if the points all lie in the same geometric plane. For example, three distinct points are always coplanar; but four points in space are usually not coplanar. Since 3 points are always coplanar. A point and line are always coplanar

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IT is Secant .. If I am correct .. I ain't sure about my answer =) * * * * * A transversal.

They are coplanar if the line joining any two of them intersects the line joining the other two.

coplanar

A line segment that intersects with or joins two points on a circle is called a chord.

coplanar

Coplanar.