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Q: What is the point of intersection of concurrent lines called?

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They are lines with a common point of intersection. <3

the point of concurrency

The point of intersection.

Point of intersection is where the point where 2 lines or a line and a plane meet, or in a 3-dimensional space three planes meet, or any other graphs that intersect in a point.Point of concurrency is the intersection point of concurrent lines.In geometry, two or more lines are said to be concurrent if they all pass through a single point.For example, the perpendiculars bisectors of the sides of a triangle are concurrent and they meet at the point of concurrency.So point of intersection may be the same as point of concurrency, but when it comes to examples other than lines, point of intersection is often used. When it comes to just lines, either one is ok.

Non concurrent forces are those forces that do not have a common point of intersection and act along different lines of action.

an intersection

concurrent lines

It is usually called an intersection or an intersection point.

The lines are called perpendicular lines.

A point of intersection.

Lines that share a common point are called an intersection, or intersecting lines.

they are called perpendicular lines!!

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