Q: A line that intersects two other lines is called a?

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It is a transversal line that intersects other lines.

That is a perpendicular line . (not necessarily ,other conditions would have to be specified for that answer to be true r.p.)

a line that intersect two other lines is transversar

A line of interception.

Transversal.

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It is a transversal line that intersects other lines.

That is a perpendicular line . (not necessarily ,other conditions would have to be specified for that answer to be true r.p.)

A transverse line is a line that intersects two or more other lines or figures at an angle of 90 degrees. It is a line that runs perpendicular to the other lines it intersects.

a line that intersect two other lines is transversar

It is a transversal line

A line of interception.

It is called a Transversal

Think of an H one line intersects two others, this is called transversal

Transversal.

a line that intersects two or more lines on a plane is a

Yes, it does. And it makes equal angles with both of them.(We're talking about straight lines, in a plane.)

Non-parallel.