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# Do two distinct planes intersect in a pair of lines?

Updated: 11/4/2022 Wiki User

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No. The planes must either coincide (they are the same, and intersect everywhere), be parallel (never intersect), or intersect in exactly one line. Wiki User

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### Which pair of lines is perpendicular?

Lines that intersect at 90 degrees are perpendicular lines

### What is the rule for a pair of perpendicular lines?

They intersect at 90 degrees

### Is there pair lines that intersect but are not perpendicular?

Yes. Perpendicular lines intersect to form a right or 90 degree angle. Not all intersecting lines form a right angle.

### Does three lines intersect at the same point must all be in the same plane?

No. Any pair of the three will describe a plane, so the three possible pairs describe three planes.

### What statement shows the difference in constructing a pair of parallel lines and a pair of perpendicular lines?

Parallel lines never intersect and remain equal distance from each other whereas perpendicular lines intersect each other at right angles which are 90 degrees

### How many different planes may share exactly one point?

None. In conventional geometry, any intersection of two planes defines a line, which is an infinite number of points. Many planes may intersect along a single line, or any pair of planes may intersect creating a unique line, but however they intersect, the number of shared points is infinite. If the the planes do not intersect (if they are parallel), then they share zero points.

### How many times does a pair of intersecting lines cross?

It depends on how many lines intersect. An infinite amount.

### How many times does a pair intersecting lines cross?

It depends on how many lines intersect. An infinite amount.

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### What is the answer if the question says 'the pair of parallel line are lines of what'?

A pair of parallel lines are equidistance apart and never intersect each other.

### What are skrew lines?

In three-dimensional geometry, skew lines are two lines that do not intersect and are not parallel. A simple example of a pair of skew lines is the pair of linesthrough opposite edges of a regular tetrahedron.