Q: Where lines cross over at a common point?

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The intersection.

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

Perpendicular lines are those that even if stretched to infinite lengths, they will NEVER touch. Intersecting lines are those that aren't necessarily 90 degres seperated, but ones that will, at one point, cross over.

crosshatching

To find the centre of a square or rectangular board, draw a diagonal line from corner to corner. Repeat for the remaining two corners. Both lines will cross over at the centre of the board.

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They are intersecting lines

The intersection.

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.

Yes they do,because if both diagonal lines cross over and perform a cross is were the point in the middle meets.

Just because they cross over each other doesn't mean they aren't still called lines.

Perpendicular lines are those that even if stretched to infinite lengths, they will NEVER touch. Intersecting lines are those that aren't necessarily 90 degres seperated, but ones that will, at one point, cross over.

Intersecting lines are, lines that cross over each other just like intersections on the road, which are cross sections from each end.

They are lines that will eventually cross over .

Crossing a solid white line is against all states traffic laws. The solid line indicates that you can not cross over at any point. You may only cross over dotted lines.

Yes.

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