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Roads are an example of intersecting lines in the real world.

Two walls or a wall and floor of a room intersecting.

If you are talking about lay lines there are several in Scotland and Great Britian, a Scotish Castle in Edinbrugh that continues to Stonehenge. There is an intersection of these lines in New Mexico and in Central and South America. These intersection of lay lines is said to have electromagnetic forces and can be a place of healing the physical body.

Yes, two planes have intersected.

Real life example of parallel lines are railroad tracks and rows in a garden. Also the lines on a basketball court are parallel

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Roads are an example of intersecting lines in the real world.

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Vertical angles are a pair of non-adjacent angles formed when two lines intersect. We see intersecting lines all the time in our real world.

Not really. A railroad intersection would be an example of two lines intersecting. An example of two planes intersecting would be the ground and the side of a building or the ground and the railroad crossing sign post.

Two walls or a wall and floor of a room intersecting.

web can use it for making building construction machine.

a rail-road crossing.

I couldn't find a better example than the........."X" of bones on a pirate flag!

How many lines can intersect at a point? Here is the REAL answer to that question. Intersecting lines have only one point in common, a Line is a endless straight path and it haves a made up of a continuous collection of points. Well what do u think... a line can intersect with and other line together forming into intersecting lines.

The corner of a room is the intersection of two adjacent walls.

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Yes. Assuming it's a relatively standard shelf and wall.

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