Q: Is a triangle intersecting

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The answer depends on what the triangle is intersecting.

They are not. The perpendicular bisectors of a triangle, for example, intersect at the orthocentre of the triangle. So perpendicular lines can be intersecting and conversely.

3 intersecting lines, because none of the three points are right angles.

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The answer depends on what the triangle is intersecting.

They are not. The perpendicular bisectors of a triangle, for example, intersect at the orthocentre of the triangle. So perpendicular lines can be intersecting and conversely.

3 intersecting lines, because none of the three points are right angles.

No. Intersecting lines could be only two of them - which are not enough to form a triangle.

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A triangle has by definition three intersecting sides. If two of the sides are parallel, they will never intersect, so no triangle can ever be formed.

The three lines making up a triangle do not intersect (cross) each other. Two lines join at each corner of the triangle.

No. Circumvention means to surround or to go around or bypass. It is not a geometric term and has nothing to do with a triangle. Having said that, a circle can be drawn from the circumcentre of any triangle so that it passes through the vertices of the triangle.

This is a description of a scalene triangle.

The prefix 'tri' mean three or triple. An angle is formed when two lines intersect. A triangle is therefore a plane figure where three enclosed angles are formed by intersecting lines.

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