When two or more lines cut or intersect each other at a single point, they are called intersecting lines. We do not have any symbol to represent intersecting lines.
If two lines P and Q meet or pass through a single point say O, then we can say P intersect Q or Q intersect P.
In geometry, there are three types of lines such as:
- Parallel lines
- Perpendicular lines
- Intersecting lines
We have symbols to represent parallel lines and perpendicular lines such as:
P parallel to Q = P//Q
P perpendicular to Q = P⊥Q
But we cannot represent intersecting lines with a symbol.
Check with Intersecting Lines And Non-intersecting Lines to learn more.