Q: How many points do tree parallel lines intersect?

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

In space with 3 or more dimensions, there are infinitely many pairs of lines that are not parallel and do not intersect.

Two lines can intersect at none, one or infinitely many points.

A point can be intersected by infinitely many lines. Two points intersect in only one line. Three points either intersect in a line or not at all. This is only considering two dimensions.

None. A marble is a sphere, so there are no points where lines intersect.

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parallel lines never intersect.

Two lines intersect at one point. If in two dimensions, and they do not intersect they are parallel. The other option in two dimensions is they are the co-linear, that is they are the same line, in which case they intersect at all points.

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

In space with 3 or more dimensions, there are infinitely many pairs of lines that are not parallel and do not intersect.

the parallel lines never intercept so they do not have any common points.

Any two lines can only have one point of intersection. Unless they are parallel, in which case they do not intersect at all. If they are the same line, then they intersect at an infinite number of points.

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Two lines can intersect at none, one or infinitely many points.

Zero; they never intersect and therefore they do not have a solution.

parallel lines are any lines that will never touch. on a 3D plane, there will be many lines that won't intersect another. but parallel lines have a specific definition that there is no way to subcatigorize it

A quadrilateral has 4 sides, 2 in which never intersect. Therefore, the lines that don't intersect are called parallel. There are 4 parallel sides but has 2 pairs of parallel sides.

It depends on how you define "ways" and how you define "lines" and how you define "intersect" and what kind of geometry you're talking about, but in Euclidean geometry, lines either never intersect, or they intersect at a single point, or they can intersect at all points within the lines.