Intersecting lines are two or more lines that cross or meet at one point. For example, the following two lines meet at point E.
Two lines can only intersect at a single point and this point is called point of intersection. Point E is the point of intersection of the two lines.
Three or more lines can intersect at a single point or they may have more than one point of intersection.
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