MathsLines Planes and AnglesLines Planes and Angles 04

Lines Planes and Angles 04

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  • Intersection Lines
  • Summary
  • What’s Next?

In the previous segment, we learnt about Supplementary and Vertically Opposite angles. In this segment, we will learn about Intersecting lines.

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    What are Intersecting lines?

    Two lines that meet each other are called intersecting lines.

    Properties of intersecting lines

    • Two intersecting lines always meet at a single point. For example, lines m and n intersect at point P.

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    • No matter how they meet, a pair of intersecting lines form exactly one plane

    Here are two pairs of intersecting lines. Lines a and b intersect to form plane X and lines c and d intersect to form place Y.

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