Q: What is it called where graph lines meet?

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It is called the origin, or the point (0, 0).

Its called a line graph

parallel lines

2 Lines in the same plane that do not meet are parallel. If 2 lines are in different planes and do not meet, then they are called skew lines.

a line graph is called a line graph because first of all it uses lines and second of all its on a graph they use those lines to connect the dots so if you dont what im talking about with dots thats a whole diffrent question so look it up yourself

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It is called the origin, or the point (0, 0).

Its called a line graph

either a scatter graph or a line graph xx :)

Parallel

line breaks

When 2 or more straight lines meet...the point where they meet is called the point of intersection

2 Lines in the same plane that do not meet are parallel. If 2 lines are in different planes and do not meet, then they are called skew lines.

Fault lines

Perpendicular lines

parallel lines

Two lines that meet at a right angle are called perpendicular.Two lines that meet at a right angle are also called normal.Two lines that meet at a right angle are also called orthogonal.

the point of intersecting