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The geometric figure formed when two planes intersect is called a polygon.

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Q: What geometric figure is formed when to planes intersect?

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Simply a line is formed......

A line. When two planes intersect, their intersection is a line.

No, two planes do not intersect in exactly one plane unless the planes are exactly overlapping, making one plane. In Euclidean Geometry two planes intersect in exactly one line.

Two distinct planes will intersect in one straight line.

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The intersection of two planes is one straight line.

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Two planes intersect (not interscept) at an edge (or a line).

No, planes intersect at a line.

Simply a line is formed......

There are many options. Amongst them: An ellipsoid (including a sphere) intersected by two planes which do not, themselves intersect within the shape; A paraboloid intersected by two planes which do not, themselves intersect within the shape; A cone intersected by two planes which do not, themselves intersect within the shape; A semi-hyperboloid intersected by two planes which do not, themselves intersect within the shape; A toroid (doughnut) intersected by two planes which do not, themselves intersect within the shape; An elliptic prism intersected by two planes which do not, themselves intersect within the shape. The last of these would include a cylinder.

Two planes intersect at a line

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