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Q: How many lines can be drawn through two fixed points?

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In plane (Euclidian) geometry there is only one line through two points. On a sphere, every meridian intersects the north and south poles.

2 lines, I believe.

Infinite lines because a circle has infinite lines of symmetry.

exactly one

The lines that pass through points 4 -6 2 -3 and 6 5 3 3 on a grid are the lines y=x.

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uncountable lines can be drawn through one point.

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