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Coincidental Lines

Concept

Coincidental Lines

Coincidental lines are any lines that have the same slope and yy-intercept. Coincidental lines intersect at every point because they lie on top of one another. For example the lines y=2x+1y=2x+1 and 2y4x=22y-4x=2 are coincidental.