The point of intersection.
The intersection is (-2, 6)
It works out that the point of intersection is at (-4, -3.5) on the Cartesian plane.
Perpendicular Lines form right angles at their point of intersection
If the lines are identical, then the whole lines. If not they can either not meet at all or at a single point: the point of intersection.
Probably not. But there is not enough information in the question to be certain.
They are lines with a common point of intersection. <3
They are perpendicular lines
It is usually called an intersection or an intersection point.
By a process of elimination and substitution the lines intersect at: (1/4, 0)
point of intersection
point of concurrency
its the point of intersection
Lines that share a common point are called an intersection, or intersecting lines.