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Yes, intersect means to cross, or in Geometry, it meansto have one or more points in common.

In having three hydrogens attached to a phosphorous atom the arrangement is forced as the lone pairs must be kept as far from each other as possible, thus the geometry here.

In geometry when comparing two triangles, if all three angles of each triangle are congruent to corresponding angles in the other triangle, then both triangles are similar.

To determine the structural geometry of a molecule, structural pair geometry must be used. These are the amounts of pairs found surrounding a specific molecule, and they are unique to each type of atom.

OF2 gemometry: sp3 hybridized atoms adopt a tetrahedral geometry. Becasue of the sp3 orbitals contain lone pairs, the VSEPR model indicates that the molecule has an overall bent geometry. The bond angles should be less than 109.5 degrees because the lone pairs repel each other more than the bonding pairs.

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In geometry, angles are studied mostly in relation to each other. In Trigonometry, angles are studied in relation to side lengths and triangles.

Yes in some educational establishments geometry which means earth or land measurements is followed by trigonometry which means triangular measurements and both subjects are allied to each other.

Algebra and Geometry are not related to each other directly, however in higher levels of math (Trigonometry and Calculus) you will use both very frequently

No it is the study of how the sides and angles of a triangle are related to each other

yes they made stone deals

Surely, there are more than 3. There are more than 3 subjects within maths: algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus and each one of them has divisions!

intersecting lines are lines that block each other.

A quadrilateral is a parallelogram if and only if its diagonals bisect each other (this should be in any geometry book)

Yes, the Italian city states did make use of the seminaries to make deals with each other.

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An intersection is where two lines cross each other: X is an example.

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