# Can two distinct planes intersect at a point

## How many points two distinct planes can intersect?

What is Geometry ? Two Distinct lines

**cannot have more than 1 point**in common.## Do two distinct planes intersect in a line?

**If two distinct planes intersect, then their intersection is a line**. Through any two points, there is exactly one line.

## Can 3 distinct planes intersect at a point?

NO PARALLEL PLANES -a point (

**Three planes intersect in a point**.) -a line (Three planes intersect in one unique line.) -no solution (Three planes intersect in three unique lines.) -a line (Two parallel/coincident planes and one non parallel plane.)## What do you call when two distinct planes intersect?

In Euclidean geometry, the intersection of two planes is called a â€ś

**line**â€ť.## When a line and a plane intersect the intersection is a point?

If a line and a plane intersect one another, the intersection will be

**a single point**, or a line (if the line lies in the plane). This will give us the coordinates of the point of intersection.## When two planes intersect two lines are formed True or false?

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One and only one distinct line can be drawn through two different points. | True |
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If two lines are perpendicular to the same line, then they are parallel. | False |

If two different planes intersect, then their intersection is a line. | True |

## What is determined by two distinct points?

2 distinct points in a plane determine

**a unique line**. We can not form any other by joining those points.## What does it mean for two planes to intersect each other and what are possible intersections of two planes?

line

**The intersection of two planes is always a line**

If two planes intersect each other, the intersection will always be a line. The vector equation for the line of intersection is given by. r = r 0 + t v r=r_0+tv r=r0â€‹+tv.

## What is the distinct point?

Distinct intersecting lines are

**lines(usually two lines) that intersect at one and only one point**. In the above image, two lines l, m intersect at point K. Therefore, Lines l, m are two distinct lines.## How many planes can two distinct lines have in common?

The idea here is that if you have two distinct lines which intersect, there is only

**one (unique) plane**that contains both lines and all of their points.## Do two distinct points always determine a unique line?

We can observe that there are many straight lines passing through the point ‘A’. And there are many lines passing through the point ‘B’. But there is one and only one line which is passing through the point ‘A’ as well as point ‘B’. Therefore,

**Two distinct points always determine a unique line.**## Can two distinct lines have two points in common?

**Two distinct lines cannot have more than one point in common**. Thus, only one line passes through two distinct points P & Q.

## Does two planes contain the same point?

**Two planes contain the same point**. A line contains four non-coplanar points. A right angle and its supplement are congruent. The supplement of an acute angle is obtuse.

## When two lines intersect there are?

Two intersecting lines form

**a pair of vertical angles**. The vertical angles are opposite angles with a common vertex (which is the point of intersection).## Can you think of distinct lines that have three common points two common points?

They can’t have more lines in common because Euclid’s Axiom states that Given 2 distinct points there is an unique line passes through them. Moreover Euclid’s Axiom also states that Two distinct lines cannot have more than one point is common. Therefore

**we can’t think of distinct lines that have 3 points in common**. 2.## How many least number of distinct points determine a unique line?

Two distinct points

**Two**distinct points in a plane determine a unique line.

## What lines intersect at a right angle?

**Perpendicular lines**are lines that intersect at a right (90 degrees) angle.