Do three lines that intersect at the same point have to be in the same plane?
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no not really..
Two intersecting lines define a plane. A third line can intersect at the same point while still not being in the plane.
No. Think about it like this...oh. What he said.
no ! think of the space plane... it has three vectors each perpendicular with the other two, intersecting in point 0... origin
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What do you mean by the third line can intersect at the same point while still not being in the plane?
Think of a table. If you have two lines that intersect horizontally on the table, you can have a third line that goes vertically right through the table at the point where the first two lines intersect. Like this:
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