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Because it wouldn't make sense. Two intersecting lines of force - in this case, magnetic lines of force - would mean that at the point of the intersection, the force felt by a small test magnet would be in two different directions.

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Q: Why does magnetic lines of force in two magnets doesn't intersect?
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