Q: Give two points how many lines can you draw between them?

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it depend upon the figure.only the can it be said that whether 9 lines can be made form 4 points.

Since the question does not require them to be straight lines, the answer is infinitely many.

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- If you're working on a single sheet of paper (2-D), then you can draw four lines that intersect in 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 points. - If in 3-D space, then you can also draw four lines that don't intersect at all.

Infinitely many. But only one straight line in a plane.

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it depend upon the figure.only the can it be said that whether 9 lines can be made form 4 points.

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Make a pentagon, and draw lines from each point to each other point. That would give you a five-pointed star within a pentagon. Plant the cabbages on the 5 vertices of the pentagon, and on the five points where the internal lines (the diagonals) cross.Make a pentagon, and draw lines from each point to each other point. That would give you a five-pointed star within a pentagon. Plant the cabbages on the 5 vertices of the pentagon, and on the five points where the internal lines (the diagonals) cross.Make a pentagon, and draw lines from each point to each other point. That would give you a five-pointed star within a pentagon. Plant the cabbages on the 5 vertices of the pentagon, and on the five points where the internal lines (the diagonals) cross.Make a pentagon, and draw lines from each point to each other point. That would give you a five-pointed star within a pentagon. Plant the cabbages on the 5 vertices of the pentagon, and on the five points where the internal lines (the diagonals) cross.

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Yes. Draw a triangle without its base line. From both the base vertices draw a line to the opposite side(somewhere in the middle). The four lines so created will meet in 6 points.

Yes. You can draw infinitely many straight lines from each point.

Since the question does not require them to be straight lines, the answer is infinitely many.

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- If you're working on a single sheet of paper (2-D), then you can draw four lines that intersect in 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 points. - If in 3-D space, then you can also draw four lines that don't intersect at all.