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Can 3 lines intersect at only 1 point?

Assuming that the none of the lines are parallel, they can intersect (pairwise) at three points. Otherwise, the question is tautological.

Do perpendicular lines intersect at a single point?

they intersect 1 point at a 90 degree angle at all sides

I have to prove if two lines intersect then they intersect in no more than one point I have to assume that lines intersect in MORE than one point i have to prove tht they intersect MORE than 1 wrong?


Will the graph of a system of parallel lines intersect at exactly 1 point?

Parallel lines don't intersect, no matter how many of them there are.

Can 3 planes intersect at only 1 point?

No, they can intersect at infinitely many points.

What defines lines that do not intersect?

Lines don't intersect:- 1) When lines are parallel 2) When lines don't lie on same plane

Are in the same plane but do not intersect?

The only lines that are in the same plane that do not intersect are: 1. Lines of finite length (eg 1 6" line on the floor at one end of the room and another 8" line at the other end) 2. Parallel lines

How where when do science and social studies intersect?

they intersect at point (1,-2)

Where is the point of intersection of the lines y equals 4x-1 and 3y-8x plus 2 equals 0?

By a process of elimination and substitution the lines intersect at: (1/4, 0)

Counterexample for two lines in a plane always intersect in exactly one point?

Line #1 ==> Y = x Line #2 ==> Y = x + 1 These two lines are parallel, have no points in common, and never intersect. (3 ways to say the same thing)

Why do some systems of equations have one solution?

If it is a linear system, then it could have either 1 solution, no solutions, or infinite solutions. To understand this, think of two lines (consider a plane which is just 2 dimensional - this represents 2 variables and 2 equations, but the idea can be extended to more dimensions).If the 2 lines intersect at a point, then that point represents a solution. If the lines are parallel, then they never intersect, and there is no solution. If the equations are such that they are just different ways of describing the same line, then they intersect at every point, so there are infinite solutions. If you have more than 2 lines then maybe some of them will intersect, but this is not a solution for the whole system. If all lines intersect at a single point, then that is the single solution for the whole system.If you have equations that describe something other than a straight line, then it's possible that they may intersect in more than one point.

Types of lines and their meanings?

1. Intersecting lines- are lines on the same plane that meets at a certain point.2. Parallel lines- are lines on the same plane that never meet or intersect.3. Perpendicular lines- are lines on the same place that intersects and forms right angles.4. Skew lines-are lines that don't lie on the same plane they also don't intersect and not parallel.

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