Q: Do two intersecting lines have just one point in common?

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you call intersecting lines that meet, just intersecting lines yolanda

Well, if you use the point on the graph that the two lines intersect the slopes would be defined by the y intercepts. This doesn't really help or answer your question, I'm just thinking out loud.

The vertical line test: Imagine a very large family of vertical lines. If any of the lines intersect with the graph of the relation under consideration at more than a single point then the relation is not a function. (Because a function assigns just one value in the range to a given point in the domain.)

There isn't a name...they're just called a pair of parallel lines.

because in a parralelogram the lines never touch but in a hexagon the lines do touch on the sides, just not the top and bottom

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you call intersecting lines that meet, just intersecting lines yolanda

perpendicualr lines form 90 degree angles and intersecting lines just insersect. perpendicular: _ l _ intersecting: x l

Intersecting lines are, lines that cross over each other just like intersections on the road, which are cross sections from each end.

perpendicular lines are similar to intersecting lines because that's what they are. Intersecting lines are two lines that cross each other. Perpendicular lines are the same, two lines crossing each other, just with a more specific rule to have right angles.

They are just showing were the liones are in the shape that you cant see

yes, do the vertical line test. that's where you do a small dotted line on each point for the x axis and the lines should both cross it evenly and the slopes also have to be the same. otherwise they are just intersecting lines.

If they measure 90 degrees then they are perpendicular. Other than that they are just intersecting lines

Perpendicular lines are a specific kind of intersecting lines. Intersecting lines are any two lines that cross through each other. Depending on how they cross each other, they may make angles from 170 degrees to 1 degree. Perpendicular lines are specifically two straight lines that cross each other at right angles, so that they create angles that are 90 degrees.

An angle is "between" 2 intersecting lines. The point of intersection is the vertex of the angle. The angle can be named just using the vertes if this does not cause confusion.

Yes, well the don't have to cross they can just run into each other

Perpendicular Lines if the angles are all 90 degress. And if they aren't they are just intersecting lines

Yes, intersecting just means that the lines cross each other like this: + or this: x or any other way they cross.