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5-19.

Fisher thinks that any two lines must have a point of intersection. Is he correct? If so, explain how you know. If not, produce a **counterexample** and explain your reasoning. (In this case, a counterexample would be an example of two lines that do not have a point of intersection.)

Lines that are parallel never intersect. They both go on in the exact same direction and without any curves, so they will

never intersect.