No two electric lines of force can intersect each other. Why?
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Two electric lines of force can never intersect each other. Suppose if they intersect, then at the point of intersection, there can be two tangents drawn. These two tangents are supposed to represent two directions of electric field lines, which is not possible at a particular point.

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