Q: What is the point where lines cross over each other?

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Intersecting lines. I guess perpendicular lines too.

In Euclidean geometry, any two lines in a plane that are not parallel will cross.

Intersecting lines

Yes. The lines would cross each other

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Intersecting lines are lines which cross each other at at least one point.

Intersecting lines. I guess perpendicular lines too.

Intersecting lines are lines that meet at a point. In other words lines that cross each other (like an X).

Intersecting lines are lines that meet at a point. In other words lines that cross each other (like an X).

An intersection is the point at which two or more lines touch or cross, therefore, lines are intersecting when they cross each-other.

In Euclidean geometry, any two lines in a plane that are not parallel will cross.

In Euclidean geometry, any two lines in a plane that are not parallel will cross.

Intersecting lines

Intersecting lines

intersecting lines...

No, magnetic field lines do not cross each other at any point. This is a fundamental property of magnetic fields known as the "no crossing rule". If lines were to cross, it would imply the existence of multiple directions for the magnetic field at that point, which is physically impossible.

No, electric field lines do not cross each other. If they did, it would imply that there are multiple directions for the electric field at the same point, which is not possible. The electric field lines always repel or attract each other, but they never cross.