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Q: Do parallels lines intercept congruent arcs on a circle?

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Skew lines are lines that lie on separate planes. and do not intercept parallel lines that are sometimes on the same plane, but don't intersect

The equator and the lines of longitude.

when two lines are cut by a transversal so that the corresponding angles are congruent, the the lines are parallel

The parallels of latitude and the meridians of longitude are all straight lines on the Mercator projection. That's why Greenland looks bigger than South America.

You're talking about a line of symmetry. But if the sections aremirror images of each other, then they're not congruent.

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Parallel lines intercept congruent arcs on a circle. More explanation: Parallel lines never interSECT but they can interCEPT Congruent arcs means that the two arcs would have the same measure of the arcs.

Yes, they do. The lines of latitude are sometimes called parallels.

Lines of latitude.

They are called Lines of Latitude or parallels.

Those are the Latitude lines.

Meridians of constant longitude cross parallels of constant latitude. Parallels of constant latitude cross meridians of constant longitude. At each intersection of a meridian and a parallel, the lines are perpendicular (form 90Â° angles).

Parallels are lines of latitude, meridians are lines of longitude.

No. Latitude lines are called parallels.

The lines that intercept latitude lines are lines of longitude.

"Parallels" are lines of constant latitude. Longitude lines are often called "meridians".

Congruent segments will depend on the radius, and whether the segments are straight lines or arcs.

Sometimes people call lines of latitude parallels. Latitude lines are the lines that are located north and south of the equator.

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