Q: Two lines always never or sometimes meet in more than one point?

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Never.

Yes, they do. By definition, lines that never intersect must be parallel, so all non-parallel lines must intersect at some point. Given that they are normal lines (y=mx+b) they will always have a point that suffices the equation when they are set equal to each other.

Correct. Two lines never meet in more than one point.

parallel lines never touch, never get any closer or any further apart. tangent lines touch at one point

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always.

sometimes

Never.

Yes, they do. By definition, lines that never intersect must be parallel, so all non-parallel lines must intersect at some point. Given that they are normal lines (y=mx+b) they will always have a point that suffices the equation when they are set equal to each other.

Lines of latitude are often called parallels. They are referred to that because they are always parallel of one another never intersecting at any point.

If two different lines intersect, they will always intersect at one point.

Parallel lines will never intersect.Divergent lines will not either, but they could have intersected at some point

parallel lines intersecting lines will meet at some point (ha ha point! get it?)

always true

Correct. Two lines never meet in more than one point.

No. If the lines are parallel they will never meet or intersect at any point. If the lines are perpendicular they do intersect, but perpendicular lines are a special case of intersecting lines. Perpendicular lines are exactly 90 degrees from each other. Intersecting lines do not haveto be perpendicular... but perpendicular lines are always intersecting.

No, parallel lines never intersect, so they do not have any points in common. Intersecting lines have one common point.