Q: Can parallel lines curve or turn?

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In the context of Euclidean straight lines it would mean parallel lines. In the context of a curve and a line (or another curve) it would mean the line and the curve do not meet at any point, but not a lot more can be deduced about them.

If only one curves, then eventually the curve will intersect with the other line, even if it is way down into infinity ona graph. If both lines curve at the same angles at the same rate however, staying equidistant from each other, they are still parallel and will never intersect.

zigzag lines, vertical lines, horizontal lines, right curve, over curve,left curve, under curve, scallop lines, left slanting lines, right slanting lines

the answer is parallel lines

parallel lines are slanted lines

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In the context of Euclidean straight lines it would mean parallel lines. In the context of a curve and a line (or another curve) it would mean the line and the curve do not meet at any point, but not a lot more can be deduced about them.

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zigzag lines, vertical lines, horizontal lines, right curve, over curve,left curve, under curve, scallop lines, left slanting lines, right slanting lines

If only one curves, then eventually the curve will intersect with the other line, even if it is way down into infinity ona graph. If both lines curve at the same angles at the same rate however, staying equidistant from each other, they are still parallel and will never intersect.

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