Q: What is coincident line?

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Yes. If two planes are not coincident (the same plane) and are not parallel, then they intersect in one straight line.

There are two possibilities. If the y intercepts are unique, the lines are parallel. If the y intercepts are the same, the lines are coincident. ( They are the same line)

"tangent" meaning is a line or plane which touches a given curve or solid at a single point.Therefore, by definition there is no tangent to a line.if it were parallel it would not touch.if it were coincident it would touch in all places.

"Coincident" is an adjective.

Intersecting or coincident.

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A line can have at most one root and so coincident roots for a line are not possible.

Yes. If two planes are not coincident (the same plane) and are not parallel, then they intersect in one straight line.

There is no specific name. It is one of the medians, angle bisectors and perpendicular bisectors: one set of these is coincident and is the line of symmetry.

Coincident is two linear measures resting exactly on top of each other. Coincident roots are roots that are equal to each other.

Some planes are parallel and don't intersect at all. Those that do intersect (and that are not coincident, i.e. the same plane) intersect in a line.

Correct. Unless the parallel lines are coincident, in which case the solution set is the whole line.

yes, it may be the two plane intersect at one line or the two planes are coincident.

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What do you call equations describing two or more lines

There are two possibilities. If the y intercepts are unique, the lines are parallel. If the y intercepts are the same, the lines are coincident. ( They are the same line)

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Yes. If two planes are not coincident (the same plane) and are not parallel, then they intersect in one straight line.