Q: When three or more lines intercects in a single point they are called?

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The lines are called perpendicular lines.

Lines that share a common point are called an intersection, or intersecting lines.

Yes, perpendicular lines do intersect at a single point. Think of the line representing the x-axis, and the line representing the y-axis. These two lines are perpendicular, and they intersect at the Origin (a single point).

orgin? or intersection?

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That is called an angle.

Lines that have a point in common are called concurrent lines.

No, only three lines can intersect at a single point.

In geometry, two or more lines are said to be concurrent if they intersect at a single point. If they do not intersect at the single point they are non concurrent.

There is no specific name for lines that meet at one point, but lines that meet at a point, the point is called the intersection point.

The lines are called perpendicular lines.

If the lines are identical, then the whole lines. If not they can either not meet at all or at a single point: the point of intersection.

My teacher said their is an infinate number of lines that can cross through a single point, but the human eye cannot see them.

Lines that share a common point are called an intersection, or intersecting lines.

Yes, perpendicular lines do intersect at a single point. Think of the line representing the x-axis, and the line representing the y-axis. These two lines are perpendicular, and they intersect at the Origin (a single point).

orgin? or intersection?

two lines intersect at a single point in a 2D space assuming they are not parallel. in 3D space they can intersect again at a single point, or an infinite amount of points.