Q: A is the shape made by two straight lines coming together at a point?

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Not if they are straight lines.

The graphical solution of two straight lines, if it exists, is a single point. If such a point exists, its mean will be itself.

There are no straight lines in the letter "W" because it is made up of two diagonal lines intersecting at a point.

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When 2 or more straight lines meet...the point where they meet is called the point of intersection

Not if they are straight lines.

The graphical solution of two straight lines, if it exists, is a single point. If such a point exists, its mean will be itself.

The intersection of two lines is a point. If both lines are straight the figure of four separate triangles are formed. The type of triangles are dependent on the angle of the intersection.

There are no straight lines in the letter "W" because it is made up of two diagonal lines intersecting at a point.

Yes. You can draw infinitely many straight lines from each point.

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.

point of intersection of 2 straight lines.

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No, two straight lines can intersect at only one point and that is their point of intersection.