Q: Three or more lines that intersect at a common point?

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Two lines with one point in common are said to intersect at that point. Any two straight lines with infinite length will eventually intersect each other, unless they are parallel to each other.

Lines that have one point in common are said to intersect one another at that point. Almost all straight lines of infinite length intersect one another, unless they are parallel to each other.

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Two lines with one point in common are said to intersect at that point. Any two straight lines with infinite length will eventually intersect each other, unless they are parallel to each other.

Lines that have one point in common are said to intersect one another at that point. Almost all straight lines of infinite length intersect one another, unless they are parallel to each other.

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No, parallel lines never intersect, so they do not have any points in common. Intersecting lines have one common point.

No, skew lines cannot be in the same plane, since they do not have a point on common. Two lines intersect if they lie in a common plane, and by definition, these intersecting lines are not skew lines.

Any number of lines can intersect all at the same point. Think of a circle. Now think of all of its diameters.

Yes, in Euclidean geometry, an infinite number of lines can meet at one point.