There are very few real life examples of nonagons. The only examples that I can think of are a few coins.
How many lines can intersect at a point? Here is the REAL answer to that question. Intersecting lines have only one point in common, a Line is a endless straight path and it haves a made up of a continuous collection of points. Well what do u think... a line can intersect with and other line together forming into intersecting lines.
examples include keys and copying machine
There are actually quite a few real life examples of a midpoint. The Equator is an example of a midpoint.
Roads are an example of intersecting lines in the real world.
I think the road is a intersecting lines do you think that is write?
web can use it for making building construction machine.
the lines of the brooklin bridge
I couldn't find a better example than the........."X" of bones on a pirate flag!
The lines on a highway
Real life example of parallel lines are railroad tracks and rows in a garden. Also the lines on a basketball court are parallel
Did you mean "real world examples of parallel lines"? If so, railroad tracks are a perfect example.
There are many in life. I'll give some examples. Like, a butterfly. And a boat. Oranges also have two lines of symmetry.
real life examples of distillation is " making of perfume "
A real life example of a line is a road. Other examples of lines include ball courts, driveways, roof tops, and buildings.