Mathematics

Two lines can intersect in _____ points.


ANSWER

$$0$$

$$1$$`

infinite


SOLUTION
Two lines can intersect at one point
EX:
$$3x+4y=2$$
$$3x+9y=8$$
Two lines can intersect at no point (parallel lines)
$$3x+4y=2$$
$$3x+4y=5$$
Two lines can intersect at infintie points 
Both lines lie on each other (same lines)
$$3x+4y=2$$
$$6x+8y=4$$

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