The place where two or more railway lines meet is called a rail junction.
Two or more train tracks meet at a junction (railway junction).
A railway junction is where train lines meet, with points being the moving parts of the track that allow trains to be changed onto other lines.
Any place where two or more railway lines join is called a junction
When 2 or more straight lines meet...the point where they meet is called the point of intersection
Correct. Two lines never meet in more than one point.
A vertex is defined as the place where two or more straight lines meet. A cube has eight vertices, which are the corners of the cube.
A point where two lines meet is called an intersection. Also, more than two lines can be intersected in one point.
Two lines that meet at one point is called an intersection. More than two seperae lines can be intersected at one point.
The point where two or more lines meet is the intersection.
It depends what shape the lines meet in. If they meet in a triangle the point in which the lines meet are called the vertex.In Geometry, this isn't precisely true, since there are no "lines" in a triangle, only line segments.In Euclidean (standard) geometry, two lines can only:(a) meet at a single "point"; OR(b) never meet (they are parallel lines).You could ask "what if they meet at several points?". In that case, there is just one line. A line goes on infinitely far in either direction. And if two lines meet at more than one point, they are congruent at every point, and are therefore both just the same line. It is impossible for two different lines to meet at two or more points in Euclidean geometry.