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

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What geometric figure results when two perpendicular planes intersect?

A line.


Two planes always intersect in what geometric figure?

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What type of geometric figure is formed by the intersection of two planes?

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What is formed when two planes interscept?

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