Q: How many planes can intersect at a point?

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No, planes intersect at a line.

They intersect at a point

The angle between two planes when the planes intersect at a point is the acute angle fixed by the normal vectors of the planes.

an infinite number; no limit

Nothing HAPPENS! They can intersect in a point or a line.

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No, perpendicular planes intercept at only one point. Parallel planes do not intersect at all.

No, they can intersect at infinitely many points.

Two planes intersect at a line

They intersect at a point

No, 2 planes may only intersect at a line, a plane, or not at all. THREE planes may intersect at a point though...

The angle between two planes when the planes intersect at a point is the acute angle fixed by the normal vectors of the planes.

an infinite number; no limit

No.

Nothing HAPPENS! They can intersect in a point or a line.

yes two lines intersect to form a point two planes intersect to form a line