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Q: Which is a real-world example of two planes intersecting?

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

Yes, two planes have intersected.

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Two planes do not intersect at all if the planes are parallel in three-dimensional space.

Yes, otherwise they wouldn't be intersecting.

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

Two lines in two intersecting planes can be parallel, intersecting, or skew.

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.

Yes, two planes have intersected.

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

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A line, or intersecting planes.

Intersecting planes!

They can be but need not be.

One.

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A line. Unless the two planes are the same, in that case a plane.

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