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If there is a triangle ABC, and side AB has 6 points, side BC has 7 points, and side AC has 8 points on the line, how many intersections are there in total if we draw lines between the a point and another point on one of the other sides.

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    Drawing lines between the points: how many intersections in total.

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    i guess no specific number ....but if u have choices write them down

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    (6 x 15) + (7 x 8) = 90 + 56 = 146 lines

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