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anonymous

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it says L1 and L2 intersect only at point P.. but thats all they give me and i cant find th answer..

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  1. anonymous
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    Well since that's not a question, there is not answer.

  2. anonymous
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    but they want me to find if its thorem, pouate or definition..

  3. anonymous
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    postulate*

  4. anonymous
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    Possibly a postulation http://www.google.co.uk/search?&q=define%3Apostulation

  5. anonymous
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    Post the question word for word.

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    it say conclusion: L1 and L2 intersect only at point P, is this a postulate, theorem, or defintion?. it just doesnt make sense.

  7. anonymous
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    Could be a theorem. "A general proposition not self-evident but proved by a chain of reasoning; a truth established by means of accepted truths." If L1 and L2 are lines then they do only intersect at one point (unless they are parallel and unique then they never intersect; if they aren't unique they are the same line hence always intersect). So I guess it's a theorem.

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    Thank you! i was pretty sure it wasnt a definition but i dont know.. im bad when it comes to math... i jus needed a second opinion!:)

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