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

Q: How many lines can you draw though points A and B?

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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.

it's impossible if the line is straight but if u can make it zig-zag then you can make them intersect at as many points as you like.

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

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

- 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.

it's impossible if the line is straight but if u can make it zig-zag then you can make them intersect at as many points as you like.

It might depend on how you draw it, but I don't think it is possible. Draw the figure, and look at the points where lines meet. Count how many of those points are "odd", meaning that an odd number of lines meets there. Each of these points has to be either the starting point, or the end point, and you can only have one starting point and one end point.