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Q: What do you call the point where two lines meet?
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What is the point where two or more lines meet?

The point where two or more lines meet is the intersection.


What do you call it when two lines meet?

its called the intersept point when they don't meet its called a parallel line


How do you know what the vertex of an angle is?

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A point where two lines meet?

A point where two lines meet is called an intersection. Also, more than two lines can be intersected in one point.


Two lines that meet at a point?

Two lines that meet at one point is called an intersection. More than two seperae lines can be intersected at one point.


Point where two lines meet?

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Do intersecting lines meet at two points?

Lines intersect if the meet at one point. Perpendicular lines also meet at one point, but their intersection is a right angle. Intersecting lines in the plane do not meet at two points.


Where do two perpendicular lines meet?

They meet at the point of intersection.


What do you call when two lines have meet?

It depends what shape the lines meet in. If they meet in a triangle the point in which the lines meet are called the vertex.In Geometry, this isn't precisely true, since there are no "lines" in a triangle, only line segments.In Euclidean (standard) geometry, two lines can only:(a) meet at a single "point"; OR(b) never meet (they are parallel lines).You could ask "what if they meet at several points?". In that case, there is just one line. A line goes on infinitely far in either direction. And if two lines meet at more than one point, they are congruent at every point, and are therefore both just the same line. It is impossible for two different lines to meet at two or more points in Euclidean geometry.


What is a point where two lines meet?

intersection


What do you call the point at which two neurons meet?

A synapse is the point at which two neurons meet.


Two lines never meet in more than one point?

Correct. Two lines never meet in more than one point.

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